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CITY OF SYRACUSE

JULY 2014-JUNE 2015


MAYORS RECOMMENDED
BUDGET ESTIMATE
APRIL 8, 2014

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part I

2014/2015 City of Syracuse Budget Summary


Summary of Appropriations ................................................................................................ 3
Estimated Revenues ........................................................................................................... 7
Computation of Tax Levy .................................................................................................. 16
New York State Exemption Report ................................................................................... 19

Part II

Legislature
Common Council............................................................................................................... 25
Citizen Review Board ........................................................................................................ 28

Part III

Executive Departments
Office of the Mayor ............................................................................................................ 32
Office of Administration ..................................................................................................... 35
Office of Planning and Sustainability ................................................................................ 38
Office of Management and Budget
Division of Budget .......................................................................................................... 40
Division of Purchase ...................................................................................................... 43
Office of Personnel and Labor Relations .......................................................................... 46
Bureau of Research .......................................................................................................... 50
Bureau of Information Technology .................................................................................... 53

Part IV

Staff Agencies
Finance Department ......................................................................................................... 56
Bureau of the Treasury .................................................................................................. 57
Bureau of Accounts ........................................................................................................ 61
Parking Ticket Collections Bureau ................................................................................. 65
Department of Audit .......................................................................................................... 68
City Clerk's Office.............................................................................................................. 71
Department of Assessment ............................................................................................... 74
Department of Law ............................................................................................................ 77
Department of Neighborhood and Business Development .............................................. 81
Division of Contract Compliance and Minority Affairs ....................................................... 85
Department of Code Enforcement .................................................................................... 87

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Part V

Operating Departments
Department of Engineering/Technical Services ................................................................ 91
Department of Public Works ............................................................................................. 95
Main Office ..................................................................................................................... 96
Division of Information and Service Requests ............................................................. 100
Division of Building Services ........................................................................................ 103
Division of Street Repair .............................................................................................. 106
Division of Motor Equipment Maintenance .................................................................. 110
Division of Snow and Ice Control ................................................................................. 113
Division of Waste Collection, Recycling and Disposal ................................................. 115
Division of Street Cleaning ........................................................................................... 119
Division of Transportation ............................................................................................ 122
Department of Fire .......................................................................................................... 126
Main Fire ...................................................................................................................... 127
Fire Prevention Bureau ................................................................................................ 130
Airport Crash Rescue ................................................................................................... 133
EMS ............................................................................................................................. 136
Department of Police ...................................................................................................... 137
General Services Bureau ............................................................................................. 138
Uniform Bureau ............................................................................................................ 145
Department of Parks, Recreation and Youth Programs ................................................. 152
Administration Bureau .................................................................................................. 153
Division of Parks/Grounds Maintenance ...................................................................... 156
Division of Recreation .................................................................................................. 160
Dog Control Division .................................................................................................... 174

Part VI

Special Objects of Expense ............................................................................................. 179

Part VII

Capital Appropriations and Transfer to Debt Service


Capital Appropriations ..................................................................................................... 183
Debt Service Transfer ..................................................................................................... 184
General Fund Debt Service ............................................................................................ 185

Part VIII

Aviation Enterprise Fund Appropriations


Department of Aviation ................................................................................................... 209
Special Objects of Expense ............................................................................................ 214
Aviation Debt Service ...................................................................................................... 215

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Part IX

Water Fund Appropriations


Division of Water Finance ............................................................................................... 220
Division of Engineering ................................................................................................... 223
Water Quality Management Section ............................................................................... 227
Skaneateles Watershed Program ................................................................................... 230
Plant Section ................................................................................................................... 233
Special Objects of Expense ............................................................................................ 238
Water Fund Debt Service ................................................................................................ 239

Part X

Sewer Fund Appropriations


Division of Sewers and Streams ..................................................................................... 247
Special Objects of Expense ............................................................................................ 252
Sewer Fund Debt Service ............................................................................................... 253

Part XI

Downtown Special Assessment Fund ..........................................................................259


Crouse Marshall ............................................................................................................... 267

Part XII

City School District .......................................................................................................... 271

CDBG Year - 40 (5/1/14-4/30/15)


City FY 7/1/14-6/30/15

Total
Cost

City
General Fund

Departm ent of Neighborhood & Business Developm ent


Director
$84,443
$8,444

SIDA

CDBG

10%

$136,715

Fringe - FICA
Fringe - NYS Retirement
Fringe - health/dental
Workers Comp
Total Salary & Fringe

$76,436
$164,892
$202,010
$13,120
$1,444,623

$17,819
$38,526
$63,002
$3,841
$356,110

$5,824
$14,280
$5,463
$992
$102,692

$10,459
$24,368
$43,999
$1,504
$217,044

$40,905
$85,689
$89,546
$6,495
$757,336

Legal & Planning Support


Enviromental Planner
Asst. Corporation Counsel II

$ 38,000
$58,019

Asst. Corporation Counsel II


Paralegal

$13,794

$0
$48,385

$59,729
$36,312

$28,174

$0
$46,067
$66,254
$10,540
$40,204
$0
$45,173
$44,587

$18,694

$18,694
$1,430
$2,029
$0
$288
$22,441

7,600
$42,934

74%

$61,200

$45,900

75%

$36,491

$18,246

50%

$32,418
$226,128

$0

$15,085

$0

Supplies & Misc Expenses


Total Per Fund

$8,129

$12,500

0%
0%
25%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
85%
70%
0%
0%
55%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
$0

70%
75%
30%
100%
0%
0%
85%
100%
15%
0%
90%
0%
0%
100%
100%
0%
0%
100%
0%
50%
$1

$76,133

$40,000
$37,142

$12,500

15%
0%
25%
0%
0%
0%
15%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
100%
0%
$0

$33,223
$37,676
$15,000
$31,119

$232,922

$0
$0
$15,563
$4,467
$16,447
$23,051

$7,119

90%

$0
$29,704
$0
$13,700
$45,455
$534,701

$30,116
$22,664

15%
25%
20%
0%
100%
55%
0%
0%
0%
30%
10%
100%
45%
0%
0%
100%
100%
0%
0%
50%
$0

ESG

$75,999

Accountant I
$47,462
Administrative Coordinator
$50,235
Assistant Chief Financial Officer
$50,000
Assistant Planner
$31,119
Business Development Specialist
$ 60,231
Program Administrator - ESG
$41,358
Contract Coordinator
$54,196
Deputy Commissioner of NBD
$66,254
Deputy Commissioner of NBD
$70,269
Development Aide
$51,875
Planner
$44,671
Dup Machine Operator I
$ 23,836
ED Specialist
$51,225
ED Specialist (Empow erment Zone Coord)
$45,173
Finance Specialist
$44,587
Housing Development Specialist
$40,000
Constituent Service Officer
$37,142
Office Administrator
$29,704
Paralegal Assistant
$48,385
Payroll Coordinator
$ 54,987
Sen Legal Assistant
$45,455
Total Salary
$988,165

Paralegal
Total Legal Salary

$7,119
$12,559
$10,000

Hom e

$356,110

26%

$0

$15,085

$5,000
$119,680

750

2,000

5,000

750

$103,442

$234,129

$882,015

$23,191

SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS
2014/2015
Proposed
GENERAL FUND
DEPARTMENTS
Common Council
Citizen Review Board
Executive Department
Department of Finance
Department of Audit
Office of the City Clerk
Department of Assessment
Department of Law
Department of Neighborhood & Business Develop
Department of Code Enforcement
Department of Contract Compliance & Min Affairs
Department of Engineering
Department of Public Works
Department of Fire
Department of Police
Department of Parks & Recreation
Subtotal

$442,973
$131,276
$2,939,317
$2,388,439
$177,141
$319,121
$542,525
$2,150,292
$364,554
$4,068,255
$74,641
$1,309,170
$32,236,584
$30,895,243
$46,130,143
$8,494,682
$132,664,356

SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS
2014/2015
Proposed
SPECIAL OBJECTS OF EXPENSE
Fiscal Services
Board of Assessment Review
Printing & Advertising
Labor Relations Expense
Postage
Unallocated Insurance
Conference & Association Dues
Judgements and Claims
Summer Employment for At-Risk Youth
Trauma Response
Tax Certiorari
Prior Year's Special Assessment Refund
City Share of Local Assessment
City Share of Tax Deeds
External Auditors
Financial Management System
Special Audit Services
GASB 45 Actuarial Valuation
JSCB Expenses
Greater Syracuse Property Development Corporation
Code Enforcement Demolition
Onondaga Historical Association
Miscellaneous Celebrations
Urban Cultural Parks Expenses
Metronet/Data Communication Line
Public Arts Acquisition Fund
University Neighborhood Grant Fund
Downtown District Matching
Crouse Marshall Matching
Literacy Coalition
Leadership Syracuse
TNT
Say Yes to Education Foundation

$450,000
$12,000
$265,000
$90,000
$280,000
$50,000
$43,000
$1,000,000
$60,000
$200,000
$80,000
$3,000
$350,000
$325,000
$145,000
$142,200
$60,000
$19,000
$10,000
$1,500,000
$500,000
$20,000
$35,000
$45,000
$440,600
$10,000
$405,500
$10,000
$12,500
$50,000
$20,000
$40,000
$1,000,000

SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS
2014/2015
Proposed
SPECIAL OBJECTS OF EXPENSE
Mandated Drug Testing
Neighborhood Watch Groups of Syracuse
Board of Zoning Appeals
Veterans' Post Rents
Allowance for Negotiations
Employee Retirement System
Police & Fire Retirement System
Social Security
Workers' Compensation
Personal Injury Protection
Police 207-C Expenses
Legal Costs 207
Legal Costs 207A
Fire 207-A Expenses
Unemployment Insurance
Hospital, Medical & Surgical Insurance:
--Active Employees
--Retirees
Employee Assistance Program
Supplemental Benefit Payment
Revenue Anticipation Notes-Interest
Interfund Transfer - City School District
Subtotal
Transfer to Debt Service Fund
Transfer to Capital Projects Fund
TOTAL
One Percent (1%) Added Pursuant to Law
GRAND TOTAL GENERAL FUND

$14,000
$40,000
$7,500
$200
$0
$5,867,400
$19,557,500
$7,500,000
$3,400,000
$20,000
$700,000
$100,000
$15,000
$180,000
$200,000
$20,288,500
$23,703,300
$40,000
$405,000
$250,000
$310,679
$90,271,879
$19,168,126
$3,720,250
$245,824,611
$330,623
$246,155,234

SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS
2014/2015
Proposed
AVIATION FUND
Aviation Enterprise Fund

$15,606,299

TOTAL AVIATION FUND

$15,606,299

WATER FUND
Bureau of Water

$23,594,832

TOTAL WATER FUND

$23,594,832

SEWER FUND
Bureau of Sewers and Streams

$5,819,277

TOTAL SEWER FUND

$5,819,277

DOWNTOWN SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND


Downtown Improvement Program

$850,000

TOTAL DOWNTOWN SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND

$850,000

CROUSE - MARSHALL SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND


Crouse - Marshall Improvement Program

$75,000

TOTAL CROUSE - MARSHALL SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND

$75,000

Less: Interfund Appropriations

NET TOTAL ALL FUNDS

($4,325,000)

$287,775,642

ESTIMATED REVENUES OTHER THAN REAL PROPERTY TAXES TO BE LEVIED


2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

GENERAL FUND

01.1084
01.1081
01.1082
01.1083
01.1085
01.1087
01.2594
01.1002
01.1003
01.1004
01.1090
01.1050
01.1001

SURPLUSES AND BALANCES


Unreserved, Undesignated

$0

$18,000,000

$0

$20,200,000

Total, Surpluses and Balances

$0

$18,000,000

$0

$20,200,000

REAL PROPERTY TAX ITEMS


PILOT-S.I.D.A.
PILOT-Non-Profit Housing
PILOT-Solvay Paperboard
PILOT-OnTrack
PILOT-Syracuse University Dome
PILOT-Co Generation
Light Works Infrastructure
Special Lighting Tax
Assessable Improvements
Assessable Improvements Buyout
Tax Fees and Penalties
Prior Years' Tax Collection
Less: Uncollected City Taxes-Current Year
Less: Uncollected School Taxes-Current Year

$5,410,929
$889,668
$621
$4,376
$100,000
$17,495
$500
$202,558
$671,661
($317,933)
$1,578,745
$3,967,954
($1,579,354)
($3,204,812)

$4,350,000
$900,000
$600
$1,700
$100,000
$0
$500
$208,000
$650,000
($375,000)
$1,280,000
$4,588,000
($1,642,381)
($3,230,000)

$3,740,777
$900,000
$600
$4,000
$100,000
$0
$500
$210,000
$600,000
($300,000)
$1,200,000
$4,588,000
($1,600,000)
($3,025,853)

$3,400,894
$925,000
$600
$4,000
$100,000
$0
$500
$212,000
$600,000
($300,000)
$1,300,000
$4,600,000
($1,589,878)
($3,200,000)

$7,742,408

$6,831,419

$6,418,024

$6,053,116

NON-PROPERTY TAXES
Sales Tax
Utilities Gross Receipts Tax
CATV Franchise Tax
Right of Way Franchise Tax
Dome Stadium Reimbursements
S.U./City Service Agreement
SU Services
Supplemental Support-Misc

$76,140,101
$1,760,348
$2,518,533
$2,527
$183,783
$398,525
$500,000
$50,000

$79,649,000
$1,800,000
$1,800,000
$31,000
$220,000
$398,525
$500,000
$50,000

$80,315,600
$1,800,000
$1,700,000
$57,800
$200,000
$405,500
$500,000
$50,000

$82,444,400
$1,800,000
$1,700,000
$29,500
$200,000
$405,500
$500,000
$50,000

Total, Non-Property Taxes

$81,553,817

$84,448,525

$85,028,900

$87,129,400

Total, Real Property Tax Items

01.1110
01.1130
01.1170
01.1171
01.1590
01.2591
01.2592
01.2593

ESTIMATED REVENUES OTHER THAN REAL PROPERTY TAXES TO BE LEVIED


2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

DEPARTMENTAL INCOME

01.1211

Judiciary
Criminal Division

01.1230
01.1231
01.1232
01.1580
01.1581
01.2545
01.2540
01.2541
01.2542
01.2547
01.2548
01.2610
01.2750
01.2752
01.2770
01.2771

Finance
Abstract Fees
Duplicate Tax Bill Fee
County Tax Collection Fee
Parking Restitution Surcharge
Handicapped Parking Surcharge
Licenses
Bingo Licenses
Bingo Receipts /Games of Chance Receipts
Games of Chance Receipts
Games of Chance Licenses
Certificate of Use
Fines and Penalties Viol/Traffic
Parking Ticket Receipts
PVB Court Cost
Miscellaneous Receipts
Returned Check Fees

01.1255

$62,237

$52,000

$60,000

$60,000

$67,530
$15,434
$679,728
$1,115,596
$17,526
$166,583
$2,738
$4,763
$1,638
$250
$26,000
$376,474
$2,016,494
$50
$71,506
$2,640

$60,000
$14,000
$663,700
$1,415,000
$18,000
$115,600
$2,750
$6,000
$1,800
$240
$24,000
$450,000
$2,560,000
$0
$30,000
$1,500

$65,000
$16,000
$665,000
$1,090,000
$18,000
$160,000
$2,750
$4,000
$1,821
$240
$30,000
$300,000
$2,275,000
$2,000
$25,000
$2,000

$60,000
$15,000
$660,000
$1,100,000
$18,000
$160,000
$2,760
$4,000
$1,020
$240
$30,000
$325,000
$2,200,000
$2,400
$30,000
$2,000

Subtotal

$4,564,950

$5,362,590

$4,656,811

$4,610,420

City Clerk
Licenses

$57,014

$65,000

$65,000

$65,000

ESTIMATED REVENUES OTHER THAN REAL PROPERTY TAXES TO BE LEVIED


2012/2013
Actual

01.1565
01.2550
01.2556
01.2557
01.2570
01.2571
01.2572
01.1589
01.2260
01.2773

Code Enforcement
Boardup/Cleanup Charges
Building Permits
Certificates of Compliance
Board of Zoning Appeals
Electrician Licenses
Heating Licenses
Elevator Licenses
Rental Registry Fees
Code Enforcement - Reimburse Other Gov
Parking Garage Registration
Subtotal

01.2025
01.2611
01.2000
01.2001
01.2002
01.2012

Parks and Recreation


Ballfield Fees
Animal Control Fines
Festival Beverage
Park Fees and Concessions
Clinton Sq Festival & Rink Fees
P & R Reimburse Outside Agency
Subtotal

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$13,625
$2,186,976
$134,425
$3,400
$44,600
$73,200
$9,210
$157,405
$50,704
$3,750

$10,000
$2,000,000
$125,000
$3,300
$42,000
$70,000
$12,000
$150,000
$46,800
$2,700

$14,300
$1,500,000
$135,000
$1,800
$45,000
$70,000
$9,500
$100,000
$46,800
$3,500

$15,000
$1,678,200
$139,500
$3,000
$44,000
$74,000
$9,130
$75,000
$46,804
$2,750

$2,677,295

$2,461,800

$1,925,900

$2,087,384

$0
$7,505
$79,047
$364,137
$110,267
$0

$5,700
$7,000
$0
$306,000
$110,000
$2,000

$3,360
$8,000
$35,000
$365,000
$109,000
$0

$3,500
$8,000
$0
$360,000
$110,000
$0

$560,956

$430,700

$520,360

$481,500

10

ESTIMATED REVENUES OTHER THAN REAL PROPERTY TAXES TO BE LEVIED


2012/2013
Actual

01.1540
01.1541
01.2259
01.2262

Fire
Reports and Permits
Smoke Detector Donations
Fire Reimbursement - Other Gov'ts
EMS Reimbursement NYS
Subtotal

01.1520
01.1588
01.1591
01.1593
01.1595
01.2715

Police
Reports and Records
Annual Alarm Fee
Police Services/Outside Agencies
Police Training Classes
Police Unclaimed Property
City Court Bail Forfeitures
Subtotal

01.1220

Law
Housing Court Fines
Subtotal

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$8,285
$1,490
$12,254
$21,475

$18,000
$5,500
$12,000
$40,000

$17,500
$5,300
$13,090
$38,000

$16,800
$5,000
$10,800
$40,000

$43,504

$75,500

$73,890

$72,600

$4,058
$20,910
$1,016,584
$1,700
$218,744
$4,123

$9,000
$13,000
$1,201,700
$10,500
$45,000
$1,500

$1,650
$44,000
$1,065,000
$19,125
$130,000
$6,500

$1,650
$45,000
$850,530
$20,000
$75,000
$6,500

$1,266,119

$1,280,700

$1,266,275

$998,680

$277,908

$180,000

$250,000

$225,000

$277,908

$180,000

$250,000

$225,000

11

ESTIMATED REVENUES OTHER THAN REAL PROPERTY TAXES TO BE LEVIED


2012/2013
Actual

01.1710
01.1711
01.1712
01.1713
01.1740
01.1720
01.1722
01.1723
01.1727
01.1728
01.1729
01.1731
01.1732
01.1733
01.1734
01.1742
01.1743
01.1744
01.1745
01.2130
01.2131
01.2301

Public Works
Charges for Services
Paving Cuts
DPW Charges-Outside Agencies
DPW Asphalt Sales
Parking Meter Receipts
Parking Lots
City Garage
Onondaga Tower Garage
Fayette Parking Garage
Madison-Irving Parking Garage
Harrison Street Garage
Washington Street Parking Garage
Armory Square Garage
OnCenter Parking Garage
MONY Parking Garage
DPW Loading Zone Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Sidewalk Caf Permits
DPW Event Cost Reimbursement
Recycling Revenues
Refuse & Garbage Charges
Charges for Services-Other Governments
Subtotal

01.2662
01.2663

Assessment
Title Work
Appraisal Fees
Subtotal
Total, Departmental Income

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$32,519
$125,558
$87,589
$35,776
$2,161,981
$26,869
$110,000
$271,090
$534,469
$438,078
$649,836
$980,478
$175,895
$111,921
$536,889
$1,540
$1,330
$5,830
$9,253
$180,114
$125,019
$270,726

$20,000
$110,000
$85,500
$0
$1,971,000
$27,780
$0
$0
$490,000
$360,000
$550,000
$900,000
$175,000
$75,000
$500,000
$1,500
$1,300
$3,000
$0
$205,000
$133,880
$260,000

$30,000
$290,000
$85,000
$0
$2,100,000
$25,800
$110,000
$625
$500,000
$430,000
$550,000
$950,000
$175,000
$75,000
$520,000
$1,500
$1,300
$4,500
$10,000
$30,000
$125,400
$270,000

$30,000
$125,000
$85,000
$0
$2,100,000
$26,200
$0
$0
$500,000
$430,000
$550,000
$950,000
$170,000
$75,000
$530,000
$1,500
$1,300
$4,000
$10,000
$24,000
$125,900
$270,000

$6,872,760

$5,868,960

$6,284,125

$6,007,900

$12,000
$11,300

$11,000
$7,500

$22,000
$7,800

$30,000
$7,500

$23,300

$18,500

$29,800

$37,500

$16,406,043

$15,795,750

$15,132,161

$14,645,984

12

ESTIMATED REVENUES OTHER THAN REAL PROPERTY TAXES TO BE LEVIED


2012/2013
Actual

01.2401
01.2402
01.2410
01.5710

01.2650
01.2660
01.2675

01.3005
01.3008
01.3521
01.3389
01.3510
01.3516
01.3820

01.4612
01.4613

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

USE OF MONEY AND PROPERTY


Interest on Deposits
Bankruptcy Fees
Rentals of Real Property
Serial Bond Proceeds

$176,371
$14,037
$30,184
$0

$150,000
$10,000
$36,000
$0

$150,000
$35,000
$30,000
$8,335,000

$150,000
$35,000
$30,000
$0

Total, Use of Money and Property

$220,592

$196,000

$8,550,000

$215,000

SALE OF PROPERTY
Sale of Scrap
Sale of Real Property
Gain on Disposal of Assets

$2,358
$1,843,858
$129,851

$2,000
$165,000
$50,000

$2,000
$150,000
$50,000

$2,000
$150,000
$50,000

Total, Sale of Property

$1,976,067

$217,000

$202,000

$202,000

STATE AID
Mortgage Tax
State Highway Aid
AIM State Aid
State Aid-Traffic Control Center
Highway Maintenance
State Aid -Spin Up
Youth Projects

$1,121,773
$3,262,895
$71,758,584
$61,337
$170,545
$20,885,777
$46,317

$1,100,000
$2,200,000
$71,758,584
$70,000
$170,000
$0
$30,000

$1,000,000
$1,900,000
$71,758,584
$70,000
$170,000
$0
$30,000

$1,000,000
$2,400,000
$71,758,584
$70,000
$170,000
$0
$30,000

Total, State Aid

$97,307,228

$75,328,584

$74,928,584

$75,428,584

FEDERAL AID
Federal Aid-Fugitive Task Force
Federal Aid-Crime DrugTask Force

$64,446
$0

$0
$0

$148,000
$0

$120,000
$20,000

Total, Federal Aid

$64,446

$0

$148,000

$140,000

13

ESTIMATED REVENUES OTHER THAN REAL PROPERTY TAXES TO BE LEVIED


2012/2013
Actual

01.2700
01.2701
01.2655
01.2680
01.2690
01.2304
01.1990
01.5045
01.2801
01.5035
01.5036

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE & RESOURCES


Medicare Part D Subsidy
Refund Reimbursement Prior Year
Bid/Spec. Revenue
Insurance Recoveries
Miscellaneous Compensation for Loss
Onondaga County Lighting Reimbursement
SIDA Reimbursement
Fund 33 Residual
Aviation Fund Reimbursements
Interfund Transfer-Water Fund
Interfund Transfer-Sewer Fund

$1,042,918
$1,750
$5,250
$147,720
$1,400
$35,902
$3,382,000
$429,160
$2,089,463
$2,300,000
$525,000

$800,000
$0
$10,000
$100,000
$200
$36,000
$3,382,000
$0
$1,500,000
$2,300,000
$525,000

$950,000
$0
$5,000
$100,000
$19,000
$35,902
$3,382,000
$0
$1,500,000
$2,300,000
$525,000

$900,000
$0
$5,000
$100,000
$300
$35,900
$3,382,000
$0
$1,500,000
$2,300,000
$525,000

Total, Miscellaneous Revenue and Resources

$9,960,563

$8,653,200

$8,816,902

$8,748,200

$215,231,164

$209,470,478

$199,224,571

$212,762,284

TAX LEVY
Tax Budget
1% Pursuant to Law

$32,883,250
$331,840

$33,127,048
$331,270

$33,127,048
$331,270

$33,062,327
$330,623

TOTAL TAX LEVY

$33,215,090

$33,458,318

$33,458,318

$33,392,950

$248,446,254

$242,928,796

$232,682,889

$246,155,234

TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUE

TOTAL ALL REVENUES AND TAX PROCEEDS

14

ESTIMATED REVENUES OTHER THAN REAL PROPERTY TAXES TO BE LEVIED


2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

SPECIAL FUNDS
AVIATION ENTERPRISE FUND
SRAA Operating Expense Reimbursement
SRAA Debt Payment
Other Aviation Revenue
Concession Revenue
Landing Fees
Parking Lots
Terminal Building Income
Interest on Reserves
Interest on Operating Funds
Debt Reserve Applied-Aviation

$0
$0
$0
$5,670,939
$4,804,629
$7,377,769
$8,967,693
$57,647
$106,321
$3,047,483

$0
$0
$20,000
$7,000,000
$5,500,000
$7,500,000
$8,617,574
$75,000
$150,000
$3,049,500

$0
$0
$20,000
$7,000,000
$5,500,000
$7,500,000
$9,000,000
$75,000
$150,000
$3,049,500

$9,138,185
$6,468,114
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

Total, Aviation Enterprise Fund

$30,032,481

$31,912,074

$32,294,500

$15,606,299

WATER FUND
Sale of Water
Other Revenues

$19,750,975
$1,837,503

$21,490,188
$1,552,500

$21,234,560
$1,615,955

$21,884,008
$1,710,824

Total, Water Fund

$21,588,478

$23,042,688

$22,850,515

$23,594,832

SEWER FUND
Sewer Rents

$5,641,110

$5,882,731

$5,684,698

$5,819,277

Total, Sewer Fund

$5,641,110

$5,882,731

$5,684,698

$5,819,277

15

ESTIMATED REVENUES OTHER THAN REAL PROPERTY TAXES TO BE LEVIED


2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

DOWNTOWN SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND


Special District Assessment

$849,982

$999,100

$850,000

$850,000

Total, Downtown Fund

$849,982

$999,100

$850,000

$850,000

CROUSE-MARSHALL SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND


Special District Assessment

$75,000

$75,000

$75,000

$75,000

Total, Crouse-Marshall Fund

$75,000

$75,000

$75,000

$75,000

TOTAL SPECIAL FUNDS REVENUE

$58,187,051

$61,911,593

$61,754,713

$45,945,408

TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUE

$215,231,164

$209,470,478

$199,224,571

$212,762,284

TOTAL ALL FUNDS

$273,418,215

$271,382,071

$260,979,284

$258,707,692

LESS INTERFUND REVENUES


NET TOTAL ALL FUNDS REVENUE

($4,914,463)
$268,503,752

($4,325,000)
$267,057,071

($4,325,000)
$256,654,284

($4,325,000)
$254,382,692

16

COMPUTATION OF TAX LEVY


2014/2015 BUDGET

General Fund Appropriations

$245,824,611

General Fund Revenues

$212,762,284

Tax Budget
One Percent (1%) Added By Law

Tax Levy

$33,062,327
$330,623

$33,392,950

NEW YORK STATE EXEMPTION REPORT


REQUIRED BY CHAPTER 258, SECTION 495 OF THE REAL PROPERTY TAX LAW

19

NYS - Real Property System


County of Onondaga
City of Syracuse - 3115

Assessor's Report - 2014 - Current Year File


Total Assessed Value
S495 Exemption Impact Report
Uniform Percentage
Town Summary

7,598,793,593
81.50

Equalized Total Assessed Value 9,323,673,120

Exemption
Code
12100
12350
12370
13100
13240
13350
13890
14110
18020
18040
18080
25110
25120
25130
25210
25900
26100
27350
28100
28110
41001
41121
41123
41131
41133
41141
41143
41161

Exemption
Name
NYS - GENERALLY
PUBLIC AUTHORITY - STATE
STATE AUTHORITIES SPECIFIED
CO - GENERALLY
CO O/S LIMITS - SEWER OR WATER
CITY - GENERALLY
PUBLIC AUTHORITY - LOCAL
USA - SPECIFIED USES
MUNICIPAL INDUSTRIAL DEV AGENC
URBAN REN: OWNER-MUNICIPALITY
MUN HSNG AUTH-FEDERAL/MUN AID
NON PROF CORP - RELlG(CONST PRC
NON PROF CORP - EDUCL(CONST PR
NON PROF CORP - CHAR (CONST PR(
NON PROF CORP - HOSPITAL
SYSTEM CODE
VETERANS ORGANIZATION
PRIVATELY OWNED CEMETERY LANI
NOT-FOR-PROFIT HOUSING CO
NOT-FOR-PROFIT HOUSING COMPA~
VETERANS EXEMPTION INCR/DECR
AL T VET EX-WAR PERIOD-NON-COMI
AL T VET EX-WAR PERIOD-NON-COMI
ALT VET EX-WAR PERIOD-COMBAT
ALT VET EX-WAR PERIOD-COMBAT
AL T VET EX-WAR PERIOD-DISABILI
AL T VET EX-WAR PERIOD-DISABILI
COLD WAR VETERANS (15%)

Statutory
Authority
RPTL 404(1)
RPTL 412
RPTL 412
RPTL 406(1)
RPTL 406(3)
RPTL 406(1)
RPTL 412
STATE L 54
RPTL 412-a
GEN MUNY506
PUB HSNG L 52(3)&(5)
RPTL 420-a
RPTL 420-a
RPTL 420-a
RPTL 420-a
STATUTORY AUTH NOT DEFINED
RPTL 452
RPTL 446
RPTL 422
RPTL 422
RPTL 458(5)
RPTL 458-a
RPTL 458-a
RPTL 458-a
RPTL 458-a
RPTL 458-a
RPTL 458-a
RPTL 458-b

Number of Total Equalized Value of Percent of Value


Exemptions
Exemptions
Exempted
82
422,295,175
4.53
2
8,292,987
0.09
6
22,821,472
0.24
134
588,256,871
6.31
2
129,571
0.00
516
509,152,692
5.46
8
9,251,779
0.10
8
208,903,067
2.24
182
923,617,791
9.91
55
2,088,344
0.02
87
83,646,933
0.90
277
158,425,245
1.70
110
880,236,724
9.44
254
213,894,393
2.29
51
362,237,699
3.89
164
6,559,877
0.07
9
2,775,583
0.03
36
16,468,098
0.18
2
12,263,804
0.13
25
51,449,333
0.55
512
21,317,869
0.23
1,123
15,735,607
0.17
7
85,785
0.00
1,024
24,042,587
0.26
8
117,252
0.00
240
5,610,333
0.06
1
52,638
0.00
155
1,702,790
0.02

20
NYS - Real Property System
County of Onondaga
City of Syracuse - 3115

Assessor's Report - 2014 - Current Year File


Total Assessed Value
S495 Exemption Impact Report
Uniform Percentage
Town Summary

7,598,793,593
81.50

Equalized Total Assessed Value 9,323,673,120

Exemption
Code
41163
41171
41400
41800
41801
41836
41856
41930
41931
44336
44456
44466
47200
47590
47610
47670
48650
48660
48670

Exemption
Name
COLD WAR VETERANS (15%)
COLD WAR VETERANS (DISABLED)
CLERGY
PERSONS AGE 65 OR OVER
PERSONS AGE 65 OR OVER
ENHANCED STAR
BASIC STAR 1999-2000
DISABILITIES AND LIMITED INCOM
DISABILITIES AND LIMITED INCOM
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IMPROVE~
VACANT OR NEW RES - CERTAIN CI
LEED - SILVER - CERTAIN CITIES
RAILROAD - PARTIALLY EXEMPT
MIXED-USE PROPERTIES IN CERTAI
BUSINESS INVESTMENT PROPERTY
PROPERTY IMPRVMNT IN EMPIRE ZC
L TO PROF HOUSING CO
HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND CO
REDEVELOPMENT HOUSING CO

Total Exemptions Exclusive of


System Exemptions
Total system exemptions

Statutory
Authority
RPTL 458-b
RPTL 458-b
RPTL 460
RPTL 467
RPTL 467
RPTL 425
RPTL 425
RPTL 459-c
RPTL 459-c
RPTL 485-j
RPTL 485-M
RPTL 485-M
RPTL 489-d&dd
RPTL 485-a
RPTL 485-b
RPTL 485-e
P H FI L 33,556,654-a
PH FI L 577,654-a
P H FI L 125 &127

Number of Total Equalized Value of Percent of Value


Exemptions
Exemptions
Exempted
1
12,074
0.00
23
367,644
0.00
51
93,865
0.00
2,544
82,425,610
0.88
74
2,300,055
0.02
4,330
163,885,215
1.76
13,935
280,658,032
3.01
210
6,749,989
0.07
38
1,218,546
0.01
191
7,288,061
0.08
224
14,064,356
0.15
2
419,387
0.00
9
4,853,844
0.05
11
37,667,714
0.4
89
15,145,471
0.16
235
81,698,756
0.88
3
27,495,307
0.29
10
1,182,209
0.01
22
4,404,785
0.05
27,082

5,283,363,217

56.67

TOTAL
27,082
5,283,363,217
Values have been equalized using the Uniform Percentage of Value. The Exempt amounts do not take into consideration payments in lieu of
taxes or other payments for municipal services
Amount, if any, attributable to payments in lieu of taxes____________________________________

56.67

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RP-495 (9/08)
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION & FINANCE
OFFICE OF REAL PROPERTY TAX SERVICES
LOCAL GOVERNMENT EXEMPTION IMPACT REPORT
(for local use only -- not to be filed with NYS Office of Real Property Tax Services)
Date: April 3,2014
Taxing Jurisdiction: City of Syracuse
Fiscal Year Begining: July 1,2014
Total equalized value in taxing jurisdiction: $$9,323,673,120
9,213,009,140

Exemption Code
(Column A)

18020
48650
48660
48670
28110
28100

Exemption Description (Column B)

SIDA
LTD Profit Housing Co
Housing Dey Fund Co
Redevelopment Housing
Non Profit Housing Co
Non Profit Housing Co

Statutory Authority (Column C)

Number of
Exemptions
(Column D)

Total Equalized Value


(Column E)

412-a
PHFL 556
PHFL 577
PHFL 125 & 127
422
422

182
3
10
22
25
2

923,617,791
27,495,307
1,182,209
4,404,785
51,449,333
12,263,804

Totals

244

$1,020,413,229

The exempt amounts do not take into consideration any payments for municipal services.
Amount, if any, attributed to payments in lieu of taxes: $
(details contained on RP-495-PILOT)

Percentage of
Value
Exempted
(Column F)
9.91
0.29
0.01
0.05
0.55
0.13

10.94%

GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS

25

COMMON COUNCIL

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The legislative powers of the City of Syracuse are vested in the Common Council. It is composed of the President of the
Common Council, four Councilors-at-Large and five District Councilors. The President of the Council presides at all
meetings of the Council, and he or she appoints all committees, regular or special. The President also discharges such
other duties as may be prescribed by ordinance of the Council. The President of the Common Council becomes acting
Mayor and performs the duties of the Mayor during temporary disability or absence of the Mayor.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Legislative

72%

Council Meetings (Regular)


Council Meetings (Special)
Agenda Study Sessions
Committee Meetings
Public Hearings
Ordinances Adopted
Resolutions Adopted
Local Laws Adopted
Ordinances or Local Laws Defeated

Administrative

28%

Purchase Transactions
Constituent Calls/Letters
Payrolls Processed

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

24
4
58
40
21
716
35
9
3

24
4
58
45
23
816
40
10
4

24
4
58
45
23
900
40
10
4

23
5,000
26

25
5,000
26

25
5,000
26

26

COMMON COUNCIL
01.10100

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$398,896

$402,412

$406,356

$411,373

$398,896

$402,412

$406,356

$411,373

$0

$100

$0

$0

$0

$100

$0

$0

$2,105
$1,820
$4,151
$196

$2,500
$300
$27,800
$1,000

$2,000
$128
$4,000
$155

$2,500
$300
$27,800
$1,000

$8,272

$31,600

$6,283

$31,600

$407,168

$434,112

$412,639

$442,973

27

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


COMMON COUNCIL
01.10100

Position
President of the Common Council
Councilor-at-Large
District Councilor
Legislative Aide
Administrative Officer
Secretary to the Common Council

Grade

Rate

FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
16
11
11

$24,408
$21,224
$21,224
$54,979-$63,541
$39,432-$46,301
$39,432-$46,301
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1
4
5
1
1
2

1
4
5
1
1
2

14

14

28

CITIZEN REVIEW BOARD

Program Responsibilities:
The Citizen Review Board was established to hear, review and investigate citizen-generated complaints regarding
Syracuse Police officers and the Syracuse Police Department. The Board's duties and its legal authority are specified in
Local Law 11 of the 1993 Laws of the City of Syracuse.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Operations

70%

Complaints Filed
Panel Hearing
Public Board Meetings

Board Support &Training

15%

Community Activities
Public Information

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

113
30
12

115
35
12

115
35
12

Training for Board Members and Administrator/Staff

10

10%

Community Outreach Events

10

10

5%

Monthly Statistical Update Reports


Annual/Quarterly Reports

12
1/4

12
1/3

12
1/3

29

CITIZEN REVIEW BOARD


01.10500

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$76,945

$88,388

$90,228

$91,376

$76,945

$88,388

$90,228

$91,376

$0

$6,000

$1,000

$6,000

$0

$6,000

$1,000

$6,000

$1,098
$0
$6,169
$2,495

$1,000
$400
$27,500
$5,000

$1,000
$400
$3,000
$1,500

$1,000
$400
$27,500
$5,000

$9,762

$33,900

$5,900

$33,900

$86,707

$128,288

$97,128

$131,276

30

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


CITIZEN REVIEW BOARD
01.10500

Position
Program Coordinator-Citizen Review Board
Typist II

Grade

Rate

16E
8

$47,675-$64,707
$32,249-$38,273
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1
1

1
1

31

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS

2012/2013
Actual
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION
OFFICE OF PLANNING & SUSTAINABILITY
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
DIVISION OF BUDGET
DIVISION OF PURCHASE
OFFICE OF PERSONNEL AND LABOR RELATIONS
BUREAU OF RESEARCH
BUREAU OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS
TOTAL:

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$513,552
$141,571
$134,485

$549,218
$143,401
$61,783

$507,100
$144,911
$37,779

$549,975
$147,334
$0

$347,732
$114,930
$444,606
$234,829
$766,425

$361,784
$111,148
$441,591
$206,931
$1,139,763

$353,849
$90,647
$431,532
$209,721
$1,296,395

$493,169
$44,880
$469,551
$210,393
$1,024,015

$2,698,130

$3,015,619

$3,071,934

$2,939,317

32

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Mayor is the Chief Executive of the City. She appoints the heads of departments, as well as the members of the
various commissions, committees and boards needed to administer the City's affairs. The Mayor is also the chairperson
of the Syracuse Urban Renewal Agency.
The Office of the Mayor is the central coordinating and directing agency for the purpose of municipal administration.
Other subdivisions in the Executive Department are the Office of Administration, Office of Management and Budget,
Office of Personnel and Labor Relations, Bureau of Research and the Bureau of Information Systems.

33

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
01.12100

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$477,898

$501,618

$475,100

$504,375

$477,898

$501,618

$475,100

$504,375

$0

$2,000

$2,000

$2,000

$0

$2,000

$2,000

$2,000

$3,865
$21,076
$10,713
$0

$10,000
$18,000
$17,000
$600

$5,000
$15,000
$10,000
$0

$10,000
$16,000
$17,000
$600

$35,654

$45,600

$30,000

$43,600

$513,552

$549,218

$507,100

$549,975

.
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage & Freight
Totals:
TOTAL:

34

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
01.12100

Position
Mayor
Chief of Staff
Director of Mayoral Initiative
Assistant Director of Govt Affairs
Press Secretary
Sr. Executive Secretary (to Mayor)
Administrative Intern
Confidential Aide

Grade

Rate

FLAT
23E
23E
15E
11E
11
8
8

$115,000
$89,225-$115,480
$89,225-$115,480
$42,571-$55,132
$29,690-$40,014
$39,432-$46,301
$32,249-$38,273
$32,249-$38,273
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

35

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Office of Administration monitors the consistent application of approved policies and procedures by all line and staff
departments in City government. The Director of Administration also provides general oversight and direction to the
departments responsible for the Citys financial planning operations.
The Director of Administration serves as an advisor to the Mayor on major policy options and makes recommendations
for appropriate action. He/She also serves as a liaison between the Common Council, the City Clerks Office and the
Administration.

36

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION
01.12110

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
416
Travel, Training & Development
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$141,571

$142,701

$144,911

$146,634

$141,571

$142,701

$144,911

$146,634

$0
$0

$200
$500

$0
$0

$200
$500

$0

$700

$0

$700

$141,571

$143,401

$144,911

$147,334

37

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION
01.12110

Position
Director of Administration
Secretary to Director of Administration

Grade

Rate

23E
13

$89,225-$115,480
$45,100-$52,768
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1
1

1
1

38

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF PLANNING & SUSTAINABILITY*

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Office of Planning & Sustainability is responsible for the planning, coordination and execution of the Mayors
sustainability initiatives, major planning and urban design projects, and both intradepartmental and interdepartmental
administrative and planning efforts to ensure consistency with and progression of the Mayors agenda.
This Office is charged with advancing sustainability initiatives including but not limited to those pertaining to energy,
clean air, clean water, stormwater management, smart growth, green building, natural resource protection,
environmental advocacy and education, as well as interaction with local, state and federal agencies such as the New
York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), the New York State Energy Research and Development
Authority (NYSERDA), the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the US Department of Energy (DOE), and other
governmental and non-governmental agencies.
This Office is charged with the creation and/or implementation of plans and other administrative tools related to land
use, zoning, historic preservation, public art, brownfield management, and urban architectural and landscape design.
Additionally, the Bureau will work with individual City departments to assist in the creation of plans that will help guide
operations in the most effective and efficient manner. Concurrently the Bureau will work to make sure the plans and
guiding documents being used by different departments are well coordinated with each other and are in keeping with the
Mayors agenda.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

Sustainability Initiatives

10%

24

Execution of Planning Projects

15%

14

Development of City Plans

40%

Assistance in Departmental Plan


Development

35%

*Effective July 2013, the Office of Planning & Sustainability consolidated with Onondaga County.

39

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF PLANNING & SUSTAINABILITY
01.12140

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
491
Less: Reimbursement From Other Funds
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$394,947
$2,113
($262,575)

$77,283
$4,500
($20,000)

$37,779
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0

$134,485

$61,783

$37,779

$0

$134,485

$61,783

$37,779

$0

40

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
DIVISION OF BUDGET

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Division of Budget prepares and administers the annual budget, performs management and productivity
improvement studies for all departments, prepares and administers a six year capital program, and manages all serial
bonds issued. This division prepares recommendations concerning fiscal policy, budgeting, staffing and establishes
operating procedures. Also, the Division of Budget provides support and assistance to the Office of Personnel while
negotiating contracts with the various bargaining units and recommends actions on the filling of all positions that become
vacant.

II. Major Functions


Financial Management/Planning

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
77%

Management and Productivity

14%

Capital Finance/Debt Planning

9%

IV. Activity Indicators


City Department Budgets Analyzed, Prepared &
Reviewed
Multi-Year Capital Improvement Program Prepared
Annual Allotment Schedule Prepared
Financial Impact Statements
Budget Amendments
Monthly Revenue and Expenditure Status Reports
Multi-Year Financial Plan
Mid-Year Budget Report
Analysis & Review of Budget Adjustments
Bonding and Fund Investment
Notes Issued/Reviewed
Serial Bonds Issued
Projects Being Financed
Review and Analysis of Debt Service

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

47
1
1
24
12
1
1
1

47
1
1
23
21
12
1
1

47
1
1
23
6
12
1
1

850

900

850

2
2
30
33

3
3
20
33

3
1
20
33

41

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
DIVISION OF BUDGET
01.13400

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
403
Office Supplies
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$289,924

$297,791

$289,796

$318,059

$289,924

$297,791

$289,796

$318,059

$816
$54,257
$2,735

$1,200
$60,293
$2,500

$1,200
$60,403
$2,450

$1,200
$171,410
$2,500

$57,808

$63,993

$64,053

$175,110

$347,732

$361,784

$353,849

$493,169

42

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
DIVISION OF BUDGET
01.13400

Position
Director of Management & Budget
Assistant Budget Director
Budget Analyst III
Management Analyst
Budget Analyst I

Grade

Rate

22E
17E
16
16
11

$78,750-$100,378
$53,019-$69,393
$54,979-$63,541
$54,979-$63,541
$39,432-$46,301
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1
1
1
0
2

1
1
1
1
1

43

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
DIVISION OF PURCHASE

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Division of Purchase is responsible for the purchasing of certain materials, supplies, equipment and services
required by various City departments. The divisions functions entail processing RFPs and construction bids, preparing
specifications for RFPs and certain contracts, conducting competitive bidding and awarding contracts. The division
assists all departments with RFPs, construction bids and insurance coverage.

II. Major Functions


Specification Preparation and
Contract Award

III. Cost
of Function
as a % of
Total
Budget
100%

IV. Activity Indicators


Contracts Awarded (Construction and Commodity)
RFP
Agreements Awarded
Insurance

V.
2012/2013
Actual
55
25
35
N/A

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate
24
21
17
N/A

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed
30
25
20
N/A

44

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
DIVISION OF PURCHASE
01.13450

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
110
Uniform Allowance
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage & Freight
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$110,382
$175

$109,813
$175

$89,572
$175

$44,030
$0

$110,557

$109,988

$89,747

$44,030

$478
$96
$160
$3,404
$190
$45

$500
$300
$300
$0
$0
$60

$500
$150
$250
$0
$0
$0

$500
$100
$250
$0
$0
$0

$4,373

$1,160

$900

$850

$114,930

$111,148

$90,647

$44,880

45

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
DIVISION OF PURCHASE
01.13450

Position
Purchasing Analyst III
Purchasing Contract Clerk

Grade

Rate

17M
10

$55,855-$74,765
$36,939-$43,761
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1
1

0
1

46

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF PERSONNEL AND LABOR RELATIONS

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Office of Personnel and Labor Relations is a staff agency responsible for planning, formulating, disseminating and
administering all policies and procedures, which govern the hiring of City employees. Terms and conditions of
employment provided under the N.Y.S. Public Employment and Relations Act are negotiated with City bargaining units
and administered by this office. It also coordinates civil service procedures with the Onondaga County Department of
Personnel. This office is further responsible for the administration of employee benefits programs.
Labor management functions are complemented with a comprehensive city-wide risk management program. This
function includes the administration of employees health and dental insurance programs, workers compensation claims,
unemployment insurance and OSHA audits and inspections.
Programs are offered to educate employees about maintaining a safe and healthy work and home environment. This is
accomplished by referring employees to the various counseling services (i.e., depression and stress counseling, marital
counseling, financial planning, understanding diversity, supervisory training and other employee health/wellness issues)
offered by the Citys Employee Assistance Program (EAP).

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Labor Relations

32%

Contract Negotiations
Grievances Reviewed
Arbitration Hearings

Personnel Services

30%

Residency Compliance Letters


Affirmative Action Reports
Diversity Awareness Training Sessions
Civil Service Reviews
Civil Service Forms Processed
Unemployment Insurance Claims
Unemployment Insurance Hearings
Benefit Consultations
Employment/Data Forms Processed

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

9
50
9

9
55
10

3
58
8

20
1
70
550
1,400
106
9
1,200
172

20
1
72
600
1,400
160
10
1,000
175

20
1
65
500
1,200
175
10
1,020
175

47

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF PERSONNEL AND LABOR RELATIONS

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

Risk Management

31%

Health & Safety Identification &


Referral

7%

V.
IV. Activity Indicators
Health Insurance Administration:
--Health Contracts
--Dental Contracts
--Contract Changes Processed
--Phone Inquiries
--Contracts Administered
Health Collections:
--Amount Collected
COBRA Administration:
--Contracts Maintained
Workers Compensation Administration:
--Claims Processed
Employee Assistance Program Referrals

VI.
2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

3,600
2,020
2,540
5,000
5

3,600
2,020
2,540
8,000
5

3,600
1,800
5,000
6,500
4

$1,200,000

$1,500,000

$1,500,000

200

150

50

315

250

250

130

125

150

48

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF PERSONNEL AND LABOR RELATIONS
01.14300

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
103
Temporary Services
106
Car Allowance

$411,277
$17,110
$4,400

$405,471
$15,000
$4,400

$399,832
$14,900
$4,400

$427,431
$20,000
$4,400

Totals:

$432,787

$424,871

$419,132

$451,831

$909

$0

$0

$1,000

$909

$0

$0

$1,000

$2,895
$140
$1,059
$2,580
$4,236

$3,000
$325
$1,200
$6,195
$6,000

$3,000
$200
$1,200
$4,700
$3,300

$3,000
$325
$1,200
$6,195
$6,000

$10,910

$16,720

$12,400

$16,720

$444,606

$441,591

$431,532

$469,551

200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
Totals:
TOTAL:

49

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF PERSONNEL AND LABOR RELATIONS
01.14300

Position
Director of Labor Management Services
Asst. Director of Labor Management Services
Personnel Analyst II
Multi-Cultural Affairs/Diversity Specialist
Administrative Assistant
Employee Insurance Representative
Personnel Analyst I
Asst. Employee Insurance Representative
Clerk II

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

21E
16E
14
13
10
10
8
7
4

$70,062-$94,124
$47,675-$64,707
$48,164-$55,898
$45,100-$52,768
$36,939-$43,761
$36,939-$43,761
$32,249-$38,273
$30,327-$36,315
$25,629-$30,825

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Subtotal

GRAND TOTAL

10

10

Subtotal
Part Time Services
Personnel Analyst

FLAT

$30,000

50

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
BUREAU OF RESEARCH

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Bureau of Research serves as a research/information source, project design, inter-governmental support, and
special projects unit for the Mayors Office and for City departments. The Bureau researches and maintains information
concerning national, state, county and city demographics, programs and trends. The Bureau initiates and responds to
the Mayor's Office, administrative and departmental requests for information studies or planning efforts directed toward
improving city services and quality of life through resourceful program approaches, new technologies or city policy
revisions. The Bureau is responsible for identifying sources of inter-governmental, foundation or private aid, completing
funding applications in association with involved departments, preparing and negotiating contracts and monitoring and
overseeing certain grant/contract programs. The Bureau also provides grant information and technical assistance to
not-for-profit and community-based agencies, and serves as a community liaison to the administration. The Bureau
supports and staffs several committees, task forces and commissions, various City promotional activities and provides
staff support for the Citys compliance with the Local Government Records Law and the NYS National Heritage
Areas/Urban Cultural Parks Program.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Grants

60%

Number of Grant Applications/Revisions


Number of Grants Monitored/Managed
Number of Awards/Designations
Number of Legislative Member Items Processed
Technical Assistance Incidence

Special Projects

25%

Number of Special Projects Undertaken


City Promotional Activities and Special Events
Advisory Committees, Boards and Commissions
Files Management Grants
Heritage Area Program and Administrative Activities
Daily E-Mail, Phone and Mail Responses to
Constituents (per day)
Special Research Projects

Records Management

15%

Records Inventoried (Cubic Feet)


Departmental and City Court Records Stored
(Cubic Feet)
Departmental and City Court Records Retrieval
Requests

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

40
40
3
6
100

40
40
3
8
100

40
50
3
10
100

25
10
20
1
5

25
10
20
1
5

25
10
15
1
3

15
15

20
25

20
25

600

1,000

1,500

6,800

7,000

7,800

300

300

300

51

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
BUREAU OF RESEARCH
01.14800

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
103
Temporary Services
199
Less: Offset From Special Grant Sources
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:

400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES


403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage & Freight
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$185,622
$0
($2,891)

$200,431
$0
$0

$209,425
$4,000
($31,181)

$201,532
$0
($67,258)

$182,731

$200,431

$182,244

$134,274

$0

$450

$0

$450

$0

$450

$0

$450

$196
$146
$50,449
$1,307
$0

$1,000
$200
$2,500
$2,350
$0

$500
$0
$26,812
$100
$65

$1,000
$200
$70,269
$4,000
$200

$52,098

$6,050

$27,477

$75,669

$234,829

$206,931

$209,721

$210,393

52

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
BUREAU OF RESEARCH
01.14800

Position

Grade

Rate

Director of Research
Director /Community Based Violence Prevention
Management Analyst
Grants Procurement Specialist
Clerk II

19E
19E
16
11
4

$63,427-$84,405
$63,427-$84,405
$54,979-$63,541
$39,432-$46,301
$25,629-$30,825
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1
0
2
1
1

1
1
2
1
1

53

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
BUREAU OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Bureau of Information Technology is responsible for all the Information Technology activities of the City of Syracuse.
The Bureau operates a datacenter which houses dozens of servers (both physical and virtual), over 5 Terabytes of disk
storage and core network switches. The Bureau supports a large and varied network that stretches across 11 Fire
Stations, numerous Parks facilities, the Department of Water and the Department of Public Works. Our voice IP phone
system is supported by a fiber backbone which allows for offsite backups. All acquisitions of technology equipment,
regardless of the funding source, must first be approved by the bureau.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

Administration

12%

Number of People

.5

.5

1.5

Programming

24%

Number of People

1.5

Web-based Programming

6%

Number of People

.5

.5

.5

Server and Networking

16%

Number of People

1.5

1.0

2.75

PC & Network Support

24%

Number of People

1.5

1.5

2.75

AS/400 Operations

12%

Number of People

.75

Clerical

6%

Number of People

.5

.5

.25

54

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
BUREAU OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
01.16800

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
103
Temporary Services
104
Overtime
106
Car Allowance
191
Less: Reimbursements From Other Funds
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage & Freight
491
Less:Reimbursements Other Funds
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$374,277
$2,430
$2,495
$2,200
($31,684)

$406,572
$0
$3,000
$2,200
($32,650)

$378,540
$0
$1,000
$2,200
($32,650)

$410,424
$0
$1,000
$2,200
($32,685)

$349,718

$379,122

$349,090

$380,939

$19,198

$300

$270

$300

$19,198

$300

$270

$300

$340
$5,663
$26,161
$391,321
$7,364
$62
($33,402)

$700
$5,990
$60,000
$695,651
$24,000
$0
($26,000)

$600
$5,120
$43,000
$900,000
$29,000
$0
($30,685)

$700
$5,580
$64,310
$573,186
$29,000
$0
($30,000)

$397,509

$760,341

$947,035

$642,776

$766,425

$1,139,763

$1,296,395

$1,024,015

55

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
BUREAU OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
01.16800

Position

Director of Information Technology


Data Processing Project Manager
Programmer Analyst
Network Administrator
Office Automation Analyst
Computer Equip. Maintenance Specialist

Grade

Rate

20E
18E
18E
16
12
10

$69,874-$90,052
$57,896-$76,870
$57,896-$76,870
$54,979-$63,541
$42,127-$49,043
$36,939-$43,761
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

1
1
2
1
2
1

1
1
2
1
2
1

56

FINANCE DEPARTMENT
SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS

2012/2013
Actual
BUREAU OF THE TREASURY
BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS
PARKING VIOLATIONS BUREAU
TOTAL:

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$589,905
$629,179
$655,982

$748,584
$671,882
$929,821

$722,780
$680,536
$787,311

$762,737
$699,173
$926,529

$1,875,066

$2,350,287

$2,190,627

$2,388,439

57

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
BUREAU OF THE TREASURY

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Bureau of Treasury collects all City, School, and County taxes, license and permit fees, and other money legally
due to or receivable by the City or any of its officers, departments, boards or commissions; sells property upon which
taxes are not paid within the period prescribed by law; prepares tax bills for all real property taxes and local
assessments, maintains City Treasury into which all money is deposited, and deposits daily all money collected into
depository banks to the credit of proper funds. The Bureau provides the Mayor, Council, Budget Director and other
officers, departments or boards information pertaining to their financial affairs; sell, when authorized, bonds, notes or
other evidence of indebtedness of the City, as well as maintaining records pertaining thereto; and prescribes, maintains
and supervises the accounting system for any financial account maintained by any officer, department or board.
The Bureau has the responsibility to administer and enforce all laws relating to licenses issued by the City, except
those otherwise provided for by the charter, statute, or local law. In addition, the Bureau has the responsibility of
reviewing and filing financial reports for local groups that sponsor Bingo and Games of Chance, which include reports
to the New York State Racing and Wagering Board. The Bureau also receives and records revenues associated with
Bingo and Games of Chance.
The Bureau also manages the City-wide mailroom function, administers several contracts for various financial services,
and investigates the utilization of new technology to achieve greater efficiencies.
The Bureau is also responsible for servicing over 40,000 taxpayer accounts and enforces the collection of delinquent
property taxes and the selling of tax delinquent properties. It also maintains an inventory of real property in which the
City has any right, title or interest and, when authorized by Council, leases or sells City-owned property, which is
required for municipal purposes.

II. Major Functions


Tax Billing & Collection

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
25%

IV. Activity Indicators


Tax Bills Prepared (City Only)
Tax Bills Distributed (City & County)
Duplicate Tax Bills Prepared & Distributed(City and
County)
Delinquent Notices Mailed
Tax Searches
Tax Sale Certificates
Phone Calls
Person to Person Contacts
Late Payment Postcards

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

42,300
84,600

42,300
84,600

42,300
84,600

37,000
12,000
2,500
10,000
26,000
44,000
33,000

37,000
12,000
2,500
8,600
26,000
44,000
33,000

37,000
12,000
2,500
10,000
26,000
44,000
33,000

58

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
BUREAU OF THE TREASURY

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Delinquent Tax Enforcement

31%

Cases Opened
Certificates of Ownership Ordered
Fee Appraisals Hired
Deeds Taken
Properties Sold
Bankruptcy
Delinquent Trust Notices
T-602 Overpayment Notices
Pilot and Shelter Billing

General Accounting

10%

Revenue Deposits Processed


Tax Trust Fund Accounts Administered
New Sidewalk & Vault Notices

Central Mailing and Messenger

28%

Bank & Mail Drops & Pickups


Pieces of Mail Processed
Stuffing of Envelopes
Certified Mail @ $3.40

Licensing and Inspection

6%

Applications Processed & Licenses Issued


(Including Bingo licenses)
Bingo Receipts
Games of Chance Licenses
Games of Chance Receipts
Hearings
Miscellaneous Deposits
Deposit 2%, 3% & 5% from Bingo
Bingo-Games/Chance Deposits
Fee NYS Bingo-Games/Chance Receipts
Weekly Bingo Inspections
Phone Calls-Incoming/Outgoing
Counter Contact

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

1,400
1,000
150
850
850
900
400
1,500
50

1,700
1,300
150
850
850
1,000
400
1,500
50

2,000
1,600
150
1,000
1,000
1,000
400
1,600
60

11,500
125
244

11,500
125
244

11,500
125
244

2,300
40,000
200,000
12,000

2,300
40,000
200,000
7,000

2,300
40,000
200,000
12,000

1,950
350
30
30
20
250
100
60
65
430
6,500
3,300

2,500
400
30
20
25
250
100
60
65
450
6,500
3,300

2,500
400
30
20
25
250
100
60
65
430
6,500
3,300

59

FINANCE DEPARTMENT
BUREAU OF THE TREASURY
01.13100

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
103
Temporary Services
104
Overtime
106
Car Allowance

$340,711
$2,100
$0
$1,300

$361,289
$2,500
$500
$1,300

$391,375
$6,600
$0
$1,300

$414,064
$15,500
$500
$1,300

Totals:

$344,111

$365,589

$399,275

$431,364

$0

$3,600

$2,300

$5,600

$0

$3,600

$2,300

$5,600

$4,322
$2,549
$562
$212,722
$337
$25,302

$6,850
$3,000
$1,000
$337,690
$855
$30,000

$6,850
$2,200
$555
$256,400
$200
$55,000

$6,850
$5,378
$1,000
$281,690
$855
$30,000

$245,794

$379,395

$321,205

$325,773

$589,905

$748,584

$722,780

$762,737

200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
430
Payments to Other Governments
Totals:
TOTAL:

60

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
BUREAU OF THE TREASURY
01.13100

Position
1st Deputy Commissioner of Finance
Administrative Assistant
Control Clerk
Clerk III
Tax Clerk
Account Clerk II
Cashier
Information Aide

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

19E
10
8
8
7
6
6
1

$63,427-$84,405
$36,939-$43,761
$32,249-$38,273
$32,249-$38,273
$30,327-$36,315
$28,516-$33,770
$28,516-$33,770
$22,911-$27,887

1
0
2
1
1
1
2
2

1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2

10

11

0
1

1
1

Subtotal

GRAND TOTAL

11

13

Subtotal
Temporary Services
Clerk
Bingo Inspectors

FLAT
FLAT

$15.92/hr
$2,500

61

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS
I.

Program Responsibilities:

The Bureau of Accounts is responsible for disbursing all City funds and maintaining records pertaining thereto,
maintains and supervises the appropriation accounting system, and provides the Mayor, Common Council,
Budget Director and departments with accounting needs and other information pertaining to their financial affairs.
The Bureau also sells, when authorized, bonds, notes or other evidence of indebtedness of the City as well as
maintaining records pertaining thereto. It also prescribes, maintains and supervises the accounting system for
any financial account maintained by any officer, department or board.
The Bureau verifies that all disbursements are pursuant to authorizations, issues Commissioner's warrants,
approves all purchase orders and contracts as to availability of funds in the amounts and purposes set forth, and
pays all valid claims against the City.
It prepares all payroll and local pension rolls, issues all payroll and pension checks, submits monthly earning
reports to the Retirement System, completes various requests for retirement certifications, and maintains all
payroll deduction accounts and administers Savings Bonds, retirement, etc.

II. Major Functions


General Accounting System

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
34%

IV. Activity Indicators


Maintains General Ledger, Subsidiary Ledgers and
Journals of the City and the computerized City
Accounting System
Bank Accounts Maintained
Reconciliation of Warrants Issued
Maintain Accounts Associated with Preparation of
Monthly/Year End Financial Statements (includes
appropriations)
Monitors and Maintains Appropriated Accounts

Accounts Payable

16%

Purchase Orders Processed


Purchase Orders Canceled/Adjusted
Claims Processed/Adjusted
Checks Issued/Adjusted

Payroll Distribution

12%

Payroll Reconciliation
Payrolls Verified and Distributed
Payroll Checks Processed
Supplemental Payroll Checks
Direct Payroll Deposits

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

N/A
27
16,000

N/A
27
15,000

N/A
27
15,500

2,500
N/A

2,500
N/A

2,000
N/A

17,000
250
19,000
16,000

5,536
250
15,000
11,550

5,570
250
15,500
12,000

105,500
3,330
45,308
170
76,232

105,500
2,500
28,515
130
72,000

105,500
2,500
30,000
150
74,000

62

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Retirement & Payroll Deductions

11%

Garnishee of Wages Processed


Support Payments Processed
U.S. Savings Bonds Processed
Reconciliation of Monthly Retirement Holdings
NYS Retirement Loans
College Savings Program

Supervision & Administration

27%

Investment Transactions
Administration & Issuance of Debt
Capital Projects
Maintaining Daily Operations
Supervision & Administration of Staff
State & Federal Grants

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

3,100
13,000
500
1,860
225
390

3,175
14,300
0
1,682
384
388

3,200
14,350
0
1,500
450
390

N/A

N/A

N/A

63

FINANCE DEPARTMENT
BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS
01.13110

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
104
Overtime
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$516,016
$1,691

$541,466
$8,000

$560,301
$1,700

$568,272
$5,000

$517,707

$549,466

$562,001

$573,272

$1,088

$2,000

$1,000

$2,000

$1,088

$2,000

$1,000

$2,000

$2,956
$0
$102,437
$4,991

$4,900
$400
$103,416
$11,700

$3,200
$0
$108,495
$5,840

$4,939
$500
$106,154
$12,308

$110,384

$120,416

$117,535

$123,901

$629,179

$671,882

$680,536

$699,173

64

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS
01.13110

Position
Commissioner of Finance
Systems Accounting Manager
Accountant II
Secretary to the Commissioner
Accountant I
Payroll Clerk
Examiner of Claims

Grade

Rate

22E
17E
15
12
11
10
9

$78,750-$100,378
$53,019-$69,393
$51,438-$59,231
$42,127-$49,043
$39,432-$46,301
$36,939-$43,761
$34,558-$40,615
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1
1
1
1
3
2
2

1
1
1
1
3
2
2

11

11

65

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
PARKING VIOLATIONS BUREAU

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Parking Violations Bureau is responsible for the collection of all monies related to parking tickets and the
adjudication of contested parking tickets. The Bureau manages and maintains all records pertaining to parking tickets
issued.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Collection & Processing

67%

Data Entry of Manually Issued Parking Tickets


Entry of Digital Tickets
Notices Sent
Number of Tickets sent to Collection Agency
Number of Default Judgments Filed
Scofflaws Booted

Adjudication of Tickets

33%

Number of Mail Hearings


Number of Live Hearings

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

35,317
55,491
118,520
21,661
102
1,313

35,000
57,000
120,000
22,000
120
2,000

35,000
58,000
122,000
22,000
125
2,100

5,552
2,319

7,000
2,500

8,000
2,800

66

FINANCE DEPARTMENT
PARKING VIOLATIONS BUREAU
01.13310

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
104
Overtime
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
206
Tools, Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
430
Payments to Other Governments
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$335,980
$1,090

$375,906
$5,000

$365,056
$1,100

$395,814
$3,000

$337,070

$380,906

$366,156

$398,814

$0
$1,980

$600
$3,000

$0
$800

$1,000
$6,000

$1,980

$3,600

$800

$7,000

$7,171
$0
$299,200
$0
$10,561

$8,000
$900
$512,415
$1,500
$22,500

$6,000
$300
$393,755
$200
$20,100

$8,000
$2,000
$486,615
$1,500
$22,600

$316,932

$545,315

$420,355

$520,715

$655,982

$929,821

$787,311

$926,529

67

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
PARKING VIOLATIONS BUREAU
01.13310

Position
Deputy Commissioner of Finance
Parking Ticket Collection Supervisor
Administrative Assistant
Clerk III
Cashier
Data Entry Equipment Operator
Typist I
Information Aide

Grade

Rate

18E
16E
10
8
6
2
2
1

$57,896-$76,870
$47,675-$64,707
$36,939-$43,761
$32,249-$38,273
$28,516-$33,770
$23,493-$28,476
$23,493-$28,476
$22,911-$27,887
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2

1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2

11

11

68

DEPARTMENT OF AUDIT

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Department of Audits responsibilities are specified in the Citys Charter, ordered by the Common Council or the
Mayor, stipulated by ordinance, resolution, or local law, or are set forth by an outside entity, such as the Office of the
State Comptroller or the Citys contracted external auditor. In addition, the Department is responsible for making
recommendations to improve City operations. In order to accomplish these, the Department utilizes two major functions:
Administration comprises expenses for everyday office supplies, office equipment maintenance, reference materials,
staff training.
Audit Projects include the following types:
Financial and Performance Audits, Examinations and Reviews are performed in accordance with generally
accepted government auditing standards. They require planning, fieldwork and report preparation.
Special Projects focus on making organizational or administrative improvements. They may require research and
information gathering, attending meetings, and preparing correspondence.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Administration

25%

Operational Expenses Including Supplies, Office


Machines, etc.

Audit Projects

75%

Financial and Performance Audits, Examinations and


Reviews
Special Projects

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

N/A

N/A

N/A

8
3

8
3

8
5

69

DEPARTMENT OF AUDIT
01.13200

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
103
Temporary Services

$134,989
$0

$173,759
$3,700

$153,541
$2,400

$143,941
$3,700

Totals:

$134,989

$177,459

$155,941

$147,641

$0

$1,000

$0

$1,000

$0

$1,000

$0

$1,000

$243
$28,093
$540

$1,100
$1,400
$4,700

$300
$3,200
$600

$1,000
$25,000
$2,500

$28,876

$7,200

$4,100

$28,500

$163,865

$185,659

$160,041

$177,141

200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
Totals:
TOTAL:

70

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF AUDIT
01.13200

Position
City Auditor
Deputy City Auditor
Auditor I
Secretary to City Auditor

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

FLAT
16E
11
7

$53,101
$47,675-$64,707
$39,432-$46,301
$30,327-$36,315

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
0

Subtotal

GRAND TOTAL

Subtotal
Temporary Services
Summer Aide

FLAT

$10.00/Hr

71

CITY CLERK'S OFFICE

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The City Clerk records and publishes the Journal of Proceedings of the Common Council. The City Clerk processes all
requests for Common Council legislation from City Department Heads and Councilors, prepares the agenda for
Common Council meetings, directs notification of all special Council meetings, duly records and certifies all general and
specific ordinances and local laws enacted by the Council and publishes notices and advertisements as required by law.
The City Clerk presides over public auctions of City property and is responsible for the issuance of marriage licenses,
certificates of marriage and certified transcripts of marriage records, as well as fishing, hunting and dog licenses. The
City Clerk acts as a public information officer and is responsible for keeping and/or dissemination of numerous City
records.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

Legislative: Common Council


Duties

45%

Licensing

55%

IV. Activity Indicators


Council Ordinances, Resolutions, and Local Laws
Processed
Marriage Licenses Issued
Marriage Certificates Issued
Marriage Transcripts Issued
Dog Licenses Issued
Conservation Licenses Issued
Public Document Copies

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

791

891

950

1,349
1,254
921
2,251
125
46

1,337
1,146
914
2,210
115
35

1,343
1,195
917
2,230
120
40

72

CITY CLERK'S OFFICE


01.14100

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
103
Temporary Services

$275,265
$0

$278,296
$15,600

$285,437
$0

$287,971
$15,600

Totals:

$275,265

$293,896

$285,437

$303,571

$623
$35
$16,163
$283
$0

$3,400
$250
$10,250
$1,150
$500

$2,000
$250
$10,250
$180
$0

$3,400
$250
$10,250
$1,150
$500

$17,104

$15,550

$12,680

$15,550

$292,369

$309,446

$298,117

$319,121

400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES


403
Office Supplies
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage and Freight
Totals:
TOTAL:

73

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


CITY CLERK'S OFFICE
01.14100

Position
City Clerk
Deputy City Clerk
Secretary to the City Clerk
Administrative Analyst
Administrative Assistant

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

21E
16E
13
11
10

$70,062-$94,124
$47,675-$64,707
$45,100-$52,768
$39,432-$46,301
$36,939-$43,761

1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1

Subtotal

GRAND TOTAL

GRAND TOTAL

Temporary Services
Clerk I

FLAT

$15,600/Yr

74

DEPARTMENT OF ASSESSMENT

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Department of Assessment assesses all real property within the City and annually compiles by ward an assessment
roll covering 42,006 properties. The Department maintains official City tax maps and assessment rolls and processes
STAR, senior citizen, veteran, and other exemptions as allowed by law. Local improvements are verified and assessed
in the manner provided by law. The Department maintains an inventory of real property in the City. When authorized by
Council, the Department leases or sells City-owned property that is not required for municipal purposes. It also
prepares an annual report, which is mandated by the State of New York.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Assessment and Re-assessment


Project

55%

Permit Re-evaluated
Properties Assessed or Re-evaluated

Assessment Records and


Exemption Processing

45%

Assessment Appeals Processed


Deed Changes Recorded
Tax Map Revisions
Assessment Record Searches
Aged Exemptions Processed
Veteran Exemptions Processed
Basic STAR Exemptions Processed
Enhanced STAR Exemptions Processed
Disabilities Exemptions Processed
Non for Profit Exemptions Processed
Other Exemptions Processed
Re-subdivision Reviews

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

2,900
2,800

2,800
2,400

3,000
3,100

475
4,150
90
30,500
4,200
175
8,500
4,200
300
875
975
60

450
4,250
90
32,000
4,100
125
8,700
4,200
350
900
960
60

400
4,400
90
32,000
4,200
210
8,900
4,400
350
910
990
60

75

DEPARTMENT OF ASSESSMENT
01.13550

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
103
Temporary Services

$404,278
$119

$470,235
$2,000

$454,747
$1,000

$473,075
$2,000

Totals:

$404,397

$472,235

$455,747

$475,075

$58

$5,000

$3,500

$3,500

$58

$5,000

$3,500

$3,500

$446
$377
$2,307
$210
$13,097
$3,295
$70

$1,000
$800
$3,000
$300
$60,000
$4,000
$300

$600
$600
$3,000
$300
$60,000
$3,500
$60

$800
$800
$3,000
$300
$54,950
$4,000
$100

$19,802

$69,400

$68,060

$63,950

$424,257

$546,635

$527,307

$542,525

200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
401
Motor Equipment Operating Supplies
402
Motor Equipment Repair Supplies
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage & Freight
Totals:
TOTAL:

76

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF ASSESSMENT
01.13550

Position
Commissioner of Assessment
Deputy Commissioner of Assessment
Senior Appraiser
Real Property Appraiser
Secretary to Commissioner
Control Clerk
Assessment Clerk

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

21E
17E
15
13
11
8
4

$70,062-$94,124
$53,019-$69,393
$48,164-$55,898
$45,100-$52,768
$39,432-$46,301
$32,249-$38,273
$25,629-$30,825

1
1
2
1
1
1
3

1
1
2
1
1
1
3

10

10

Subtotal

GRAND TOTAL

11

11

Sub Total
Temporary Services
Valuation Data Manager

FLAT

$2,000/Yr

77

DEPARTMENT OF LAW

I.

Program Responsibilities:

The Law Department, under the direction of the Corporation Counsel, supervises and directs all of the legal
services of the City. In this capacity, it provides legal advice to the Mayor, Common Council members and
officers, Department Heads, boards, commissions, and agencies concerning any matter affecting the affairs of the
City. It prepares and supervises codification of the local laws and ordinances applying to the City. It also
approves, as to form and legality, all written contracts, documents and other legal instruments to which the City is
a signatory. The Department further has the authority to enter into agreements and to compromise and settle
claims against the City, subject in some cases to the approval of the Common Council and the Mayor. In addition,
the Department represents the City in hearings before various courts, boards and agencies and provides
representation for various City bodies. The Department of Law has also assumed responsibility for supervision
and coordination of the Claims Unit, which receives and processes all claims for damages filed against the City.
The Department provides advice to the City School District, which the Department represents in tort actions and
before the Workers' Compensation Board.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

Litigation (including Labor


Arbitration and Negotiations)

40%

New Claims

387

375

375

Legislation

14%

Ordinances, General Ordinances, Local Laws and


Resolutions

772

1,050

1,100

Zoning and Planning

4%

Public Hearings Attended


Litigation (Zoning/Zoning Appeals)

38
2

38
2

38
2

Workers Compensation

2%

New Cases Processed


--City only

25

25

25

300

300

300

Contracts and Leases

8%

Prepared/Reviewed/Approved

78

DEPARTMENT OF LAW

II. Major Functions


Tax Assessment and Certiorari

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
8%

Bankruptcy

Real Property and Economic


Development

Code Enforcement

IV. Activity Indicators


Certiorari Proceedings:
--Cases Filed
--Certiorari Proceedings Settled
--Certiorari Proceedings Dismissed
Cases filed
Discharged

12%

12%

Real Property Matters:


--Sales of City-Owned Property(No Land Bank;
Deeds Prepared
--Sales of City-Owned Property to Land Bank
Deeds/Property
--Stormnwater Maintenance and Access Agreements
reviewed and approved
--Provides advice to the Departments of Assessment
and Finance regarding matters arising under the
NYS Real Property Tax law and the City of
Syracuse Tax and Assessment Act, as well as
general real property law inclusive of
drafting/approving/reviewing leases and easements
--Loan Closings
--Syracuse Urban Renewal Agency Resolutions
--Sales of SURA property, Deeds and Contracts
Prepared
--Provides advice to Dept. of Development, drafts
agreement concerning economic development,
projects administered by the Dept of Development:
providing advice to SIDA and SEDC
Total Housing/Code Enforcement Cases Filed
--Final Disposition
Total Demolition Cases
Judgments Collected
Licensing Cases/Hearings
Police Nuisance Abatement Hearings
Certificate of Use Cases

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

43
12
1

50
18
3

50
18
3

146
150

175
180

175
180

91

40

20

12/173
10

20/300
30

20/300
30

8
43

10
45

10
45

12

10

432
408
0
$413,132
3
4
1

600
500
15
$412,500
5
7
3

700
625
20
$418,000
5
12
10

79

DEPARTMENT OF LAW
01.14200

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
103
Temporary Services
191
Less: Reimbursement From Other Funds
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage & Freight
491
Less: Reimbursement From Other Funds
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$1,031,705
$4,234
($173,909)

$1,143,086
$10,500
($154,304)

$1,101,689
$30,500
($137,150)

$1,133,051
$35,500
($119,519)

$862,030

$999,282

$995,039

$1,049,032

$6,808

$1,500

$800

$4,000

$6,808

$1,500

$800

$4,000

$5,884
$21,178
$0
$1,205,806
$8,271
$248
($25,188)

$10,000
$80,500
$700
$818,834
$10,000
$70
($22,888)

$10,000
$35,000
$600
$835,000
$10,000
$1,000
($25,807)

$4,000
$50,000
$800
$1,054,489
$10,000
$850
($22,879)

$1,216,199

$897,216

$865,793

$1,097,260

$2,085,037

$1,897,998

$1,861,632

$2,150,292

80

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF LAW
01.14200

Position
Corporation Counsel VI
Assistant Corporation Counsel V
1st Assistant Corporation Counsel
Assistant Corporation Counsel IV
Assistant Corporation Counsel III
Assistant Corporation Counsel II
Assistant Corporation Counsel I
Paralegal
Secretary to the Corporation Counsel
Information Aide

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

23E
22E
22E
19E
18E
17E
15E
11E
11
1

$89,225-$115,480
$78,750-$100,378
$78,750-$100,378
$63,427-$84,405
$57,896-$76,870
$53,019-$69,393
$42,571-$55,132
$29,690-$40,014
$39,432-$46,301
$22,991-$27,340

1
1
1
1
4
4
3
3
1
0

1
1
1
1
4
4
3
3
1
1

19

20

Subtotal

GRAND TOTAL

20

23

Subtotal
Temporary Services
Law Clerk

FLAT

$10.00/Hr

81

DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT


SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS

2012/2013
Actual
NEIGHBORHOOD & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
DIVISION OF CODE ENFORCEMENT
DIV. OF CONTRACT COMPLIANCE & MINORITY AFFAIRS
TOTAL:

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$342,498
$3,959,057
$65,701

$343,584
$4,042,994
$71,515

$364,012
$3,988,478
$70,500

$364,554
$4,068,255
$74,641

$4,367,256

$4,458,093

$4,422,990

$4,507,450

82

DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Department of Neighborhood and Business Development (NBD) is made up of five (5) Divisions, one of which is the
Division of Code Enforcement which has its own line item in the City budget. The Lead Hazard Reduction division is
completely funded through a series of federal grants. The remaining three Divisions (Neighborhood Development,
Business Development & Grants Management (Fiscal)) are funded through a combination of federal block grants, SIDA
and the City General Fund.
The Neighborhood Development division is responsible for administering the Community Development Block Grant
(CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership Grant, Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) and provides input into the Continuum
of Care (CoC) program, all federal block grants aimed toward ensuring safe and affordable housing to all city residents.
The Division also administers the Syracuse Urban Renewal Agency (SURA) and coordinates housing construction and
rehabilitation through SURA and among its various housing development partners both for-profit and non-profit,
including the Syracuse Housing Authority (SHA).
This Business Division of the Department staffs the Syracuse Industrial Development Agency (SIDA), the Syracuse
Economic Development Corporation (SEDCO) and the Syracuse Local Development Corporation (SLDC). This Division
works with businesses, developers and investors to facilitate the:
-

creation and retention of jobs in the City (providing both technical and financial assistance)
expansion of the Citys tax base
encouragement of businesses that provide services to City residents and workers
re-utilization of vacant buildings and/or parcels

The Grants Management Division ensures compliance with all state and federal rules that come with these external
funding sources.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

V.
IV. Activity Indicators

Business Development

50%

Predevelopment Meetings
Building Permit Construction Value

Neighborhood Development

50%

Emergency Home Repairs (Units)


Direct Homebuyer Assistance (Units)
Rental Housing Units Rehabbed/New
Vacant Housing Rehabbed (Units)
Relocation Assistance (Households)
Public Services (Individuals Served)

2012/2013*
Actual

VI.
2013/2014*
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

37
$330,824,445

40
$322,441,350

40
$340,000,000

104
78
113
27
114
488

110
70
140
30
127
490

105
75
80
40
130
500

83

DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT


01.64200

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
191
Less: Reimbursements From Other Funds
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$84,443
$22,612

$84,443
($75,999)

$84,443
($75,999)

$84,443
($75,999)

$107,055

$8,444

$8,444

$8,444

$235,443

$335,140

$355,568

$356,110

$235,443

$335,140

$355,568

$356,110

$342,498

$343,584

$364,012

$364,554

84

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD & BUSINESS
01.64200

Position
Commissioner of Neighborhood & Business

Grade

Rate

22E

$78,750-$100,378
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1

85

DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT


DIVISION OF CONTRACT COMPLIANCE AND MINORITY AFFAIRS

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Division of Contract Compliance and Minority Affairs implements and directs the minority and women business
enterprise compliance program for the City of Syracuse. This includes the monitoring of minority and women
participation on City of Syracuse capital, development, transportation and airport projects as well as publicly supported
affordable housing projects. This division certifies companies as minority and women owned business for the purpose
of the Citys Participation Ordinance and maintains a MWBE directory for public use.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

V.
IV. Activity Indicators

Contract Compliance: MBE/WBE


Participation

85%

Contracts Monitored
Projects Monitored
Dollar Amount of Contracts and Projects
Dollar Amount MBE/WBE

Certifications

10%

Number of Applicants (Includes Certified)


Total Number Certified
Total Number Certified to Date

MWBE Support Services

5%

MWBE Technical Assistance


Outreach Meetings

Includes Joint Construction School Board Project and Airport Expansion.

2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

117
94
$272,891,165
$40,666,406

100
80
$77,897,291
$11,725,421

85
80
$50,000,000
$75,000,000

32
17
115

35
20
125

40
20
130

25
15

35
20

35
20

86

DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT


DIVISION OF CONTRACT COMPLIANCE AND MINORITY AFFAIRS
01.64500

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES


415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$65,701

$71,515

$70,500

$74,641

$65,701

$71,515

$70,500

$74,641

$65,701

$71,515

$70,500

$74,641

87

DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT


DIVISION OF CODE ENFORCEMENT

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Division of Code Enforcement is charged with the enforcement of numerous federal, state and local laws, codes,
ordinances, rules and regulations including, but not limited to, the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building
Code, New York Multiple Residence law, the City of Syracuse Building, Property Conservation, Electric,
Elevator/Escalator Safety Codes, Smoke Detector Ordinance, and all zoning rules and regulations.
The issuance of all building and demolition permits for both new construction and rehabilitation projects, the inspections
required for such permits, as well as the issuance of certificates is also a mandated responsibility of this division.
Furthermore, the division is responsible for handling all property complaints and referrals from the general public and
other departments within the city government.
Additional duties include the examination and licensing of mechanical contractors and the provision of staff support to
the City Boards of Electrical, Mechanical and Elevator Examiners.

II. Major Functions


Permits Issued

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
20%

IV. Activity Indicators


Residential 1 & 2 Family:
--New Construction
--Remodel/Renovate
+ 3 Residential/Commercial:
--New Construction
--Remodel/Renovate
Other Permits:
--Electrical
--Mechanical
--Demolitions
--Miscellaneous (Fences, Elevators, Decks,
Signs and Banners)

TOTAL

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

60
427

7
350

10
350

10
388

9
419

12
500

2,008
914
110

1,935
939
103

2,000
1,000
120

586

485

500

4,503

4,247

4,492

88

DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT


DIVISION OF CODE ENFORCEMENT

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

Certificates Issued

50%

Inspections Relative To

Rental Registry

10%

20%

IV. Activity Indicators


Certificates of Occupancy
Certificates of Adequacy
Certificates of Compliance
Certificates of Completion
Certificates of Inspection
Elevator Certificates
TOTAL
Referrals, Complaints, Permits, Certificates, and
Vacant Lots
One & Two Family Non-Owner Occupied Properties

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

239
2
387
4,378
13
1,310

251
3
406
4,597
14
2,500

225
4
410
4,267
15
2,500

6,329

7,771

7,421

77,125

79,300

80,450

2,498

1,635

2,200

89

DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT


DIVISION OF CODE ENFORCEMENT
01.36210

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
103
Temporary Services
104
Overtime
106
Car Allowance

$844,058
$39,746
$974
$24,198

$1,156,520
$39,813
$0
$37,400

$1,021,868
$39,800
$1,500
$30,358

$1,443,203
$43,000
$0
$37,400

Totals:

$908,976

$1,233,733

$1,093,526

$1,523,603

$1,242
$0

$5,000
$1,000

$5,000
$0

$5,000
$1,000

$1,242

$6,000

$5,000

$6,000

$17,974
$3,061
$1,182
$2,062
$3,002,787
$21,773
$0

$20,000
$12,000
$2,100
$2,550
$2,735,611
$30,000
$1,000

$18,000
$5,000
$500
$2,550
$2,838,902
$25,000
$0

$20,000
$12,000
$2,100
$2,550
$2,466,002
$35,000
$1,000

$3,048,839

$2,803,261

$2,889,952

$2,538,652

$3,959,057

$4,042,994

$3,988,478

$4,068,255

200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
206
Tools, Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage & Freight
Totals:
TOTAL:

90

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DIVISION OF CODE ENFORCEMENT
01.36210

Position
Deputy Director of Code Enforcement
Struct. & New Const. Examiner-Electrical
Electrical Inspector II
Plans Examiner II
Plans Examiner I
Housing Inspector
Control Clerk
Typist II
Administrative Aide
Information Aide

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

17E
13
13
13
11
10
8
8
7
1

$52,019-$69,393
$45,100-$52,768
$45,100-$52,768
$45,100-$52,768
$39,432-$46,301
$36,939-$43,761
$32,249-$38,273
$32,249-$38,273
$30,327-$36,315
$22,911-$27,887

0
14
2
2
1
3
2
3
0
2

1
14
3
2
1
3
3
0
8
2

29

37

Subtotal

GRAND TOTAL

38

43

Subtotal
Temporary Services
Summer Laborer

FLAT

$10.00/Hr

91

DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING
TECHNICAL SERVICES

I.

Program Responsibilities:
It is the responsibility of the division to provide all the engineering and surveying services for the City. These services
include the preparation of plans and specifications and the administration of contracts infrastructure improvements such
as pavement, sidewalks, bridges, sewers as well as public building improvements. This division is responsible for the
establishment of street grades and locations of public utilities within the street right-of-ways. This division also reviews
all subdivision proposals within the City.

II. Major Functions


Building Construction &
Renovation:
Design and Administration of
Building, Inspection of Projects

Infrastructure: Design and Project


Administration, Contract Service
Management

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
27%

22.7%

IV. Activity Indicators

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

Activity In Hours:
--Aviation Department
--School District
--Garages
--Other City Buildings
--Energy/Environment Projects
--Parks Facilities
--Other Administration

951
2,719
253
516
46
1,019
70

800
2,400
200
150
100
2,000
100

800
3,400
300
300
100
1,300
100

Activity in Hours
Permits & Contract Reviews
Street Lighting
Sewers/Culverts
TIP
Other Projects
Retaining Walls
Field Investigations
MS4 Regulations Compliance
FEMA Related Projects
Other/Administrative

1,915
1,060
769
3,044
681
129
112
282
1,724
497

2.000
900
500
2.300
1.000
200
100
100
300
1.000

1,800
1,000
1,000
4,500
700
200
100
200
500
500

92

DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING
TECHNICAL SERVICES

II. Major Functions


Mapping & Surveying

Administration

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
29%

21.3%

IV. Activity Indicators


Activity in Hours
Geographic Information System
DPW Street Reconstruction
General Surveying
Public Requests
Reviews
Record Management
Skaneateles Farm Survey
FEMA Related Projects
Other/Administrative
Divisions Administered
Employees Authorized

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

1,237
1,915
1,761
667
1,175
643
31
35
1,459

1,100
2,300
1,800
700
1,100
700
50
0
1,200

1,100
2,500
1,800
700
1,100
700
50
400
1,000

1
25

1
25

1
25

93

DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING
TECHNICAL SERVICES
01.80400

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
102
Wages
103
Temporary Services
104
Overtime
110
Uniform Allowance
191
Less: Reimbursement From Other Funds
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment and Furnishings
206
Tools, Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
401
Motor Equipment Operating Supplies
402
Motor Equipment Repairs Supplies & Expenses
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training and Development
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$1,031,190
$29,321
$27,959
$2,970
$1,225
($146,044)

$1,240,500
$30,000
$30,000
$13,000
$1,400
($190,000)

$1,117,819
$30,000
$30,000
$12,500
$875
($140,469)

$1,359,915
$0
$30,000
$29,800
$1,575
($209,800)

$946,621

$1,124,900

$1,050,725

$1,211,490

$1,911
$0

$3,000
$1,000

$3,000
$1,000

$2,700
$1,000

$1,911

$4,000

$4,000

$3,700

$8,649
$2,199
$2,930
$3,117
$650
$762
$23,333
$3,214

$11,500
$3,500
$6,500
$5,200
$2,500
$1,600
$44,280
$9,500

$10,000
$3,500
$6,500
$5,200
$2,000
$1,463
$43,830
$7,786

$11,500
$3,500
$6,500
$5,200
$2,000
$1,800
$55,480
$8,000

$44,854

$84,580

$80,279

$93,980

$993,386

$1,213,480

$1,135,004

$1,309,170

94

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING
TECHNICAL SERVICES
01.80400

Position
City Engineer
Deputy City Engineer
Division Engineer-Design & Construction
Division Engineer-Mapping
Division Engineer -Building
Facilities Engineer
Accountant II
Civil Engineer II
GIS Specialist II
Civil Engineer I
Clerk of the Works I
Engineering Technician I
Administrative Assistant

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

21E
18E
17M
17M
17M
16M
15
15
15
13
11
10
10

$70,062-$94,124
$57,896-$76,870
$55,855-$74,765
$55,855-$74,765
$55,855-$74,765
$49,241-$68,805
$51,438-$59,231
$51,438-$59,231
$51,438-$59,231
$45,100-$52,768
$39,432-$46,301
$36,939-$43,761
$36,939-$43,761

1
1
1
1
1
6
0
1
1
5
2
2
1

1
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
5
2
2
1

Subtotal

23

24

$29.21/Hr
Subtotal

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

25

26

Part Time
Accountant II

15

Temporary
Facilities Engineer

FLAT

$30,000

GRAND TOTAL

95

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS

2012/2013
Actual

MAIN OFFICE
DIVISION OF INFORMATION AND SERVICE REQUESTS
DIVISION OF BUILDING SERVICES
DIVISION OF STREET REPAIR
DIVISION OF MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
DIVISION OF SNOW AND ICE CONTROL
DIVISION OF WASTE COLLECTION, RECYCLING AND DISPOSAL
DIVISION OF STREET CLEANING
DIVISION OF TRANSPORTATION
TOTAL:

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$1,508,879
$636,791
$3,436,628
$855,374
$3,695,341
$3,026,923
$5,684,957
$815,568
$8,491,104

$1,597,547
$724,587
$3,719,687
$1,098,702
$3,480,715
$3,894,887
$6,263,630
$968,543
$8,999,057

$1,636,640
$676,275
$3,849,645
$941,419
$3,934,380
$3,679,360
$6,316,561
$998,177
$9,239,668

$1,808,455
$663,251
$3,952,623
$1,135,580
$4,114,473
$3,820,852
$6,372,148
$1,066,764
$9,302,438

$28,151,565

$30,747,355

$31,272,125

$32,236,584

96

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


MAIN OFFICE

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Main Office directs the activities of all divisions of the Department of Public Works and provides staff accounting
and personnel management services to the Department. The Main Office prepares the annual budgets for ten divisions,
prepares and administers the Capital Improvement Program and provides administrative support to each bureau.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

Departmental Management

44%

Divisions Administered
Employees Authorized

10
409

10
409

10
408

Payroll

8%

Employee Leave Balances Maintained

383

383

383

Procurement

12%

Claims Processed
Utility Bills Audited

1,032
5,964

1,223
4,500

1,375
4,800

Accounting

10%

Parking Reports Audited


Capital Accounts Managed
Journal Entries Processed
Budget Status Reports Prepared
Budgets Prepared and Monitored

96
59
315
13
10

96
58
250
13
10

96
58
250
13
10

Personnel Management

11%

Personnel Files Maintained


Employee Grievances Processed
Employee Injury Reports (C-2) Processed

410
34
270

413
40
325

410
45
275

Permits /Enforcement

1%

Street Closing Permits Issued


Right-of-Way Waivers Issued
Non-Food Vending Permits Issued
Loading Zone Permits Issued

60
158
52
109

70
160
60
120

75
160
60
120

97

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


MAIN OFFICE

II. Major Functions


Parking Contract Management

Clerical

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
3%

11%

IV. Activity Indicators


City-Owned Parking Lots Administered:
--Managed by the City
City Lot Permits Issued
Lot #2
Lot #4
Garages Administered
Operating Agreements Administered

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

1,542
205
7
7

1,424
274
6
6

1,460
285
6
6

98

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


MAIN OFFICE
01.14900

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
103
Temporary Services
104
Overtime
191
Less: Reimbursement From Other Funds
193
Less: Reimbursement From Sweeping & Flushing
197
Less: Reimbursement From Street Reconstruction
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
411
Utilities
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
419
Public Information Fund
491
Less: Reimbursement From Other Funds
493
Less: Reimbursement From Sweeping & Flushing
497
Less: Reimbursement From Street Reconstruction
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$550,971
$28,960
$639
($54,132)
($7,756)
($61,040)

$557,166
$30,000
$500
($42,000)
($7,500)
($55,000)

$618,755
$30,000
$250
($42,000)
($7,500)
($55,000)

$631,225
$30,000
$500
($42,000)
($7,500)
($55,000)

$457,642

$483,166

$544,505

$557,225

$695

$1,000

$305

$500

$695

$1,000

$305

$500

$17,223
$0
$963,745
$70,770
$3,270
$0
($2,186)
($302)
($1,978)

$18,100
$150
$1,100,000
$92,782
$3,500
$2,700
($2,251)
($400)
($101,200)

$18,100
$150
$1,021,335
$78,282
$4,450
$2,700
($1,720)
($400)
($31,067)

$19,250
$150
$1,177,380
$80,400
$4,450
$2,700
($2,000)
($400)
($31,200)

$1,050,542

$1,113,381

$1,091,830

$1,250,730

$1,508,879

$1,597,547

$1,636,640

$1,808,455

99

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
MAIN OFFICE
01.14900

Position
Commissioner of Public Works
First Deputy Commissioner (General)
Deputy Commissioner (Physical)
Project Coordinator
Administrative Officer
Network Administrator
Personnel Administrator
Secretary to the Commissioner
Accountant I
Clerk III
Account Clerk II
Account Clerk I
Clerk II
Information Aide

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

21E
18E
17E
17E
16E
16
14
11
11
8
6
4
4
1

$70,062-$94,124
$57,896-$76,870
$53,019-$69,393
$53,019-$69,393
$47,675-$64,707
$54,979-$63,541
$48,164-$55,898
$39,432-$46,301
$39,432-$46,301
$32,249-$38,273
$28,516-$33,770
$25,629-$30,825
$25,629-$30,825
$22,911-$27,887

1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

13

14

Subtotal

GRAND TOTAL

14

15

Subtotal
Temporary Services
Deputy Commissioner (Technical)

FLAT

$30,000

100

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF INFORMATION AND SERVICE REQUESTS

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Information and Service Request Division consists of City Line, the Litter and Codes Quick Response teams.
The division functions as a general information phone and web line to local government services and is the first resource
used by those seeking local government assistance. The division monitors the process and completion of service
requests, issues and maintains handicap information for the state and processes all legal claims for the department.
The Quick Response teams are responsible for picking up illegal solid waste set outs and other health and sanitation
violations. The teams are responsible for litter picking city streets, clearing overgrowth from city owned property,
maintaining the citys vacant lots, removing snow and ice from school corners, bridges, overpasses, the Creek Walk and
other City owned properties.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Litter and Codes Quick Response


Teams

80%

City Blocks Cleaned


Tires Collected
Ramps Cleaned
Ramps Mowed
Code Violations Picked Up
Solid Waste Collection (Tons)
Cuse Projects
Projects shoveled/salted
Vacant Lots cleaned

City Line

20%

City Line Telephone Calls Received


City Line Service Requests
Number of Handicapped Permits Issued
Claims Processed
Walk-ins Served

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

6,025
6,875
1,160
980
1,815
570
7
905
385

6,300
7,000
1,200
1,030
1,900
600
8
950
405

6,500
7,200
1,275
1,080
2,000
630
10
1,000
425

48,965
23,340
3,485
230
3,650

51,000
24,600
3,660
240
3,800

51,500
25,800
3,850
250
4,000

101

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF INFORMATION AND SERVICE REQUESTS
01.14910

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
102
Wages
103
Temporary Services
104
Overtime
110
Uniform Allowance
191
Less: Reimbursement From Other Funds
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
206
Tools, Operating Equipment and Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$125,333
$372,557
$90,773
$6,504
$2,100
$0

$156,637
$394,675
$110,000
$25,000
$2,275
($21,500)

$140,113
$404,187
$100,000
$15,000
$1,975
($21,500)

$114,500
$416,376
$100,000
$15,000
$2,575
($21,500)

$597,267

$667,087

$639,775

$626,951

$1,129
$4,772

$1,100
$3,500

$500
$3,500

$500
$3,500

$5,901

$4,600

$4,000

$4,000

$2,693
$0
$5,990
$24,940
$0

$3,500
$200
$6,500
$42,500
$200

$3,500
$200
$6,500
$22,300
$0

$3,000
$200
$6,500
$22,600
$0

$33,623

$52,900

$32,500

$32,300

$636,791

$724,587

$676,275

$663,251

102

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
DIVISION OF INFORMATION AND SERVICE REQUEST
01.14910

Position
Public Program Supervisor
Complaint Investigator

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

16M
8

$49,241-$68,805
$32,249-$38,273

1
3

1
3

2
2
3
5

2
2
3
5

12

12

14

14

Subtotal

14

14

GRAND TOTAL

30

30

Subtotal
Labor Crewleader
Motor Equipment Operator I
Laborer II
Laborer I

22
8
6
3

$18.70-$19.07
$15.52-$16.75
$15.23-$16.41
$14.81-$15.99
Subtotal

Temporary Services
Summer Laborer

FLAT

$8.00/Hr

103

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF BUILDING SERVICES

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Division of Building Services is responsible for the renovation, repair, routine maintenance and custodial services of
all the City-owned buildings and any special projects and special events. The Division is also responsible for securing
vacant structures and maintaining non-City owned properties as requested by Code Enforcement, Police and Fire.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Skilled Trades

77%

Sites Maintained
Routine Maintenance Hours
Special Projects Hours
Special Events Hours

Custodial/Maintenance

23%

In Square Feet:
--City Hall
--City Hall Commons
--DPW/DOT
--# of Board-Ups

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

182
57,971
17,206
2,833

182
63,768
18,926
3,116

182
63,768
18,926
3,116

101,091
58,950
172,995
1,312

101,091
58,950
172,995
1,571

101,091
58,950
172,995
1,571

104

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF BUILDING SERVICES
01.16210

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
102
Wages
103
Temporary Services
104
Overtime
108
Tool Allowance
110
Uniform Allowance
191
Less: Reimbursements From Other Funds
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment and Furnishings
206
Tools, Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$116,993
$1,997,893
$519,651
$422,578
$800
$7,350
($53,751)

$121,940
$2,214,606
$300,000
$410,000
$800
$7,350
$0

$155,012
$2,218,721
$400,370
$410,000
$800
$7,225
$0

$159,550
$2,325,976
$400,000
$410,000
$800
$7,775
$0

$3,011,514

$3,054,696

$3,192,128

$3,304,101

$0
$7,484

$750
$8,320

$500
$8,320

$500
$12,000

$7,484

$9,070

$8,820

$12,500

$217,783
$0
$3,959
$195,888
$0

$240,000
$750
$4,500
$410,171
$500

$245,000
$750
$4,500
$398,147
$300

$231,500
$750
$4,500
$398,972
$300

$417,630

$655,921

$648,697

$636,022

$3,436,628

$3,719,687

$3,849,645

$3,952,623

105

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
DIVISION OF BUILDING SERVICES
01.16210

Position
Director of Building Maint. & Operations
Building Maintenance Supervisor
Maintenance Crewleader
Building Maintenance Crewleader
Clerk II
Maintenance Worker I
Laborer I
Custodial Worker II
Custodial Worker I
Electrician
Plumber
Steamfitter
Carpenter
Mason
Painter
Roofer

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

16M
15M
28
28
4
8
3
2
1
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT

$49,241-$68,805
$43,994-$59,720
$19.77-$20.17
$19.77-$20.17
$25,629-$30,825
$15.52-$16.75
$14.81-$15.99
$14.55-$15.68
$14.07-$15.21
$30.20-$30.80
$29.66-$30.25
$29.66-$30.25
$29.13-$29.71
$29.56-$30.15
$28.06-$28.62
$29.86-$30.46

1
1
1
1
0
4
4
1
1
7
2
2
7
4
5
2

1
1
1
1
1
4
3
1
2
7
2
2
7
4
5
2

Subtotal

43

44

Subtotal

1
5
2
2
10

1
5
2
2
10

GRAND TOTAL

53

54

Temporary Services
Mason
Roofer
Painter
Electrician

FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT

$47.30
$42.59
$39.24
$52.77

106

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF STREET REPAIR

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Division of Street Repair is responsible for the maintenance and repair of all City streets, curbs and sidewalks. This
involves the patching of streets, the repair of street surfaces and their bases, the resetting of curbing, the inspection of
excavation and restoration work on City streets performed by utility companies, the repair and installation of guardrails
and the supervision of sidewalk repairs and slurry seal application to City streets under City contracts. Division
personnel staff the street reconstruction program, which entails in-house milling of streets designated for repaving,
reconstruction of their catch basins and the management of the production of recycled asphalt at the City owned asphalt
plant.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

Asphalt Production

13%

Special Projects

9%

IV. Activity Indicators


Asphalt Produced (Tons)
--Recycled Top
--Recycled Binder
--Virgin Top

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

17,997
8,688
8,484
825

15,800
7,625
7,450
725

17,000
8,700
7,500
800

Production Days
Tons per Day
Nuclear Gauge Testing
Number of Marshall Test Sets

122
148
115
3

125
126
110
3

130
140
125
4

Asphalt Applied DPW Projects (Tons)


Other City Departments Asphalt Applied (Tons)
Unimproved-Overlays
Sewers
Water
BOE
City Patch
Onondaga County

167

935

1,000

176
241
15
20
704
911

585
275
15
15
1,500
1,000

800
250
15
15
1,300
1,000

107

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF STREET REPAIR

II. Major Functions


Inspections

Improved Street Program

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

7%

Assessment Sidewalks Installed (SF)


City-Owned Sidewalks Installed (SF)
Square Cut Repair
Granite Curb (lf)

32%

Street Cuts:
--Underground Telephone
--Underground Electric
--Underground Gas
--Underground Sewer
--Underground Fiber
--Borings
--Paving
--Curbing

39%

City Forces:
--Square Yards Paved
--Square Yards Milled
--Asphalt Applied (Tons)

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

60,275
18,015
480
25,000

82,000
18,400
514
28,750

86,000
18,600
548
33,000

0
4
294
113
7
18
2
42

2
5
319
115
8
20
2
45

0
5
344
120
10
20
2
47

77,716
69,454
15,646

65,000
65,000
15,000

70,000
70,000
16,000

108

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF STREET REPAIR
01.51200

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
102
Wages
104
Overtime
108
Tool Allowance
110
Uniform Allowance
191
Less: Reimbursement From Other Funds
197
Less: Reimbursement From Street Reconstruction
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
206
Tools, Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
491
Less: Reimbursement from Other Funds
497
Less: Street Reconstruction
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$314,914
$662,217
$170,557
$200
$7,025
($1,868)
($386,835)

$300,319
$765,288
$175,000
$200
$7,350
($60,000)
($300,000)

$300,319
$770,654
$190,000
$200
$6,550
($60,000)
($300,000)

$311,262
$849,118
$175,000
$200
$8,500
($60,000)
($300,000)

$766,210

$888,157

$907,723

$984,080

$477
$1,250

$500
$1,250

$500
$1,250

$500
$1,250

$1,727

$1,750

$1,750

$1,750

$65,098
$4,211
$44,567
$3,288
$0
($29,727)

$125,000
$6,500
$104,810
$2,485
($30,000)
$0

$116,700
$6,500
$79,810
$2,485
($173,549)
$0

$115,000
$6,500
$55,750
$2,500
($30,000)
$0

$87,437

$208,795

$31,946

$149,750

$855,374

$1,098,702

$941,419

$1,135,580

109

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
DIVISION OF STREET REPAIR
01.51200

Position
Superintendent of Street Repair
Engineering Project Coordinator
Bituminous Lab Technician
Construction Inspector II
Asphalt Plant Operator
Engineering Technician I

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

16M
16M
13
12
11
10

$49,241-$68,805
$49,241-$68,805
$45,100-$52,768
$42,127-$49,043
$39,432-$46,301
$36,939-$43,761

1
1
1
1
1
2

1
1
1
1
1
2

3
1
10
6
17
1

3
1
10
6
17
1

Subtotal

38

38

GRAND TOTAL

45

45

Subtotal
Street Maintenance Crewleader
Maintenance Welder
Motor Equipment Operator II
Motor Equipment Operator I
Laborer II
Street Cut Inspector

24
16
12
8
6
5

$19.24-$19.62
$17.18-$18.39
$16.25-$17.48
$15.52-$16.75
$15.23-$16.41
$15.05-$16.27

110

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Division of Motor Equipment maintains and repairs all motor equipment assigned to DPW and approximately 40
pieces of equipment assigned to other departments. MEM is also responsible for operating and maintaining a
computerized fuel facility that serves over 1,000 vehicles and 2,000 employees from various local governmental entities.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

Equipment Repair

54%

Equipment Supported-DPW
Equipment Supported-Other
Repair Orders

Fueling

46%

Equipment Supported

IV. Activity Indicators

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

330
130
4,148

354
142
4,764

0
148
4,764

Equipment Fueled
Gasoline -Gallons
Diesel Fuel -Gallons
Natural Gas-Therms Purchased at Centro

472
714,526
318,596
7,923

475
740,000
330,000
8,000

495
740,000
330,000
8,000

Main Office
Information & Service Requests
Building Services
Grounds Maintenance (includes mowers)
Street Repair
Motor Equipment Maintenance
Technical Services
Waste Collection & Recycling
Parks and Recreation
Street Cleaning
Street Sweeping and Flushing
Transportation
Sewers
Assessment
Dog Control

3
20
40
68
46
20
14
44
50
61
20
23
50
1
5

4
20
44
72
48
21
13
45
49
63
21
24
50
1
5

4
20
46
72
52
21
13
45
49
63
21
24
51
1
5

111

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
01.51320

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
102
Wages
104
Overtime
108
Tool Allowance
110
Uniform Allowance
191
Less: Reimbursement From Other Funds
193
Less: Reimbursement From Sweeping and Flushing
197
Less: Reimbursement From Street Reconstruction
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
206
Tools, Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
401
Motor Equipment Operating Supplies
402
Motor Equipment Repair Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
491
Less: Reimbursement From Other Funds
493
Less: Reimbursement From Sweeping and Flushing
497
Less: Reimbursement From Street Reconstruction
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$223,270
$1,040,609
$108,943
$4,800
$5,250
$0
$0
$0

$217,011
$1,083,289
$100,000
$5,000
$6,125
($30,500)
($30,000)
($10,000)

$222,540
$1,162,675
$160,000
$4,600
$5,650
$0
$0
$0

$227,472
$1,190,636
$130,000
$5,000
$6,900
$0
$0
$0

$1,382,872

$1,340,925

$1,555,465

$1,560,008

$955
$25,338

$500
$50,000

$500
$50,000

$500
$40,000

$26,293

$50,500

$50,500

$40,500

$3,492,683
$913,474
$43,994
$32,504
$3,580
$27,543
$452
($1,979,834)
($88,795)
($159,425)

$3,300,000
$1,000,000
$59,450
$42,500
$9,215
$39,750
$2,875
($1,994,500)
($185,000)
($185,000)

$3,300,000
$1,200,000
$59,450
$42,500
$9,215
$39,750
$2,000
($2,029,500)
($135,000)
($160,000)

$3,518,500
$1,200,000
$60,000
$50,000
$9,215
$39,750
$2,000
($2,061,000)
($144,500)
($160,000)

$2,286,176

$2,089,290

$2,328,415

$2,513,965

$3,695,341

$3,480,715

$3,934,380

$4,114,473

112

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
DIVISION OF MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
01.51320

Position
Fleet Manager
Equipment Maintenance Supervisor
Safety Trainer Instructor
Supervisor of Stores and Services

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

16M
15M
15E
13M

$49,241-$68,805
$43,994-$59,720
$42,571-$55,132
$40,418-$52,898

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1

2
14
1
2
2
1
3
2
1
2
1

2
14
1
2
2
1
3
2
1
2
1

Subtotal

31

31

GRAND TOTAL

35

35

Subtotal
Heavy Equipment Mechanic Crewleader
Heavy Equipment Mechanic II
Maintenance Machinist
Maintenance Welder
Storekeeper
Auto Body Repair Worker
Auto Mechanic
Tire Service Mechanic
Stock Clerk
Auto Mechanic Helper
Motor Equipment Dispatcher

29
16
16
16
15
14
14
13
8
8
7

$19.96-$20.36
$17.18-$18.39
$17.18-$18.39
$17.18-$18.39
$16.88-$18.06
$16.73-$17.92
$16.73-$17.92
$16.39-$17.57
$15.52-$16.75
$15.52-$16.75
$15.47-$16.68

113

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF SNOW AND ICE CONTROL

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The winter program is charged with the maintenance of streets during snow conditions. This maintenance includes
treating 244 miles of streets with salt and, as necessary, removing snow from the total 475 miles of streets by use of
personnel plow trucks and loaders. Personnel for this program are drawn from the divisions of Street Cleaning, Street
Repair, and Sewers, which are reimbursed by this budget.

II. Major Functions


Clearing Street of Snow and Ice

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
100%

IV. Activity Indicators


Winter Season (November - April):
--Snowfall in Inches
--Tons of Salt

History: Snowfall in inches:


2011/12
50.5
2010/11: 179.3
2009/10: 106.0
2008/09 148.9
2007/08 110.7
2006/07 140.2
2005/06 124.6
2004/05 136.2
2003/04 181.3

V.
2012/2013
Actual
115
26,339

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate
150
50,750

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed
175
59,200

114

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF SNOW AND ICE CONTROL
01.51420

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
102
Wages
104
Overtime
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$42,868
$1,420,579
$358,021

$74,493
$1,566,094
$450,000

$51,501
$1,452,749
$400,000

$52,320
$1,593,322
$400,000

$1,821,468

$2,090,587

$1,904,250

$2,045,642

$1,187,542
$17,860
$53

$1,700,000
$103,300
$1,000

$1,700,000
$74,960
$150

$1,700,000
$74,960
$250

$1,205,455

$1,804,300

$1,775,110

$1,775,210

$3,026,923

$3,894,887

$3,679,360

$3,820,852

115

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF WASTE COLLECTION, RECYCLING, AND DISPOSAL

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Division of Waste Collection, Recycling, and Disposal is responsible for the weekly collection and disposal of
municipal solid waste from most residences in the City of Syracuse. This Division also provides weekly solid waste
collection for commercial properties within the City, who choose to have the City provide such service for a fee, rather
than engage a private hauler. The Division is responsible for curbside collection of recyclable materials from residences
and participating commercial establishments as mandated by Onondaga County. The Division provides collection of
bulk items, appliances, scrap metal, and tires for residential properties on a call-in for service basis. It also provides
curbside collection of Chapter 14, Article 2 (Solid Waste Collection and Disposal) of the General Ordinance of the City of
Syracuse, which has been determined to be a Health & Sanitation violation. All private haulers operating within the City
are required to be licensed by the City. The Division is responsible for reviewing all license applications and issuing
permit stickers and decals to be attached to each piece of equipment and vehicle the private hauler uses in the City.
The Division also prepares the City's annual application to OCRRA for its permit to operate as a trash hauler in
Onondaga County. The Division also is responsible for arranging for disposal of other materials such as Construction
Debris, Tires, Appliances, Street Sweeper dumps, etc.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Collection and Disposal of


Municipal Solid Waste and Bulk
Items

70.5%

Municipal Solid Waste Collected Annually (Tons)


Average Trash Tons Per Day

Collection and Disposal of


Recyclables

23.0%

Management of Division
Functions

.80%

Accounting/Management of
Contracts and Regulations

.80%

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

35,521
138

36,430
140

37,523
144

Recyclables Collected (Tons)


Average Tons Collected Per Day

6,433
25

6,088
23

6,270
24

Daily Routes:
--Waste Collection
--Recycling
Number of Personnel Supervised

15
9
95

15
9
97

14
9
97

50
200
800
1,596
21
4,300

50
200
800
1,596
18
4,300

50
200
800
1,596
21
4,300

Vendor Invoices Audited


Commercial Customers Served
Invoices Prepared & Mailed
Customer's Tags Issued
Private Hauler License Applications Processed
Private Hauler Stickers Issued

116

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF WASTE COLLECTION, RECYCLING AND DISPOSAL

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Appliances and Scrap Metal

1.00%

Scrap Metal (Tons)

Collection and Disposal of Tires

1.5%

Tires Collected (Tons)

Disposal of Construction and


Demolition Debris

1.8%

.60%

Disposal of Street Sweeping


Debris

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

80

80

80

200

200

200

C & D (Tons)

2,403

2,523

2,650

Tons Disposed

3,500

3,700

3,800

117

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF WASTE COLLECTION, RECYCLING AND DISPOSAL
01.81600

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
102
Wages
103
Temporary Services
104
Overtime
110
Uniform Allowance
152
Light Duty

$114,043
$2,551,193
$18,761
$135,407
$14,875
$0

$113,731
$2,807,758
$18,000
$120,000
$16,450
$8,500

$117,156
$2,888,726
$18,000
$150,000
$14,650
$0

$120,033
$2,933,517
$18,000
$122,447
$18,375
$0

Totals:

$2,834,279

$3,084,439

$3,188,532

$3,212,372

$239

$500

$350

$300

$239

$500

$350

$300

200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment and Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training and Development
419
Public Information Fund
493
Less: Reimbursement From Sweeping and Flushing
Totals:
TOTAL:

$455
$2,340
$24,775
$2,822,075
$150
$644
$0

$500
$9,576
$30,186
$3,323,859
$570
$0
($186,000)

$500
$9,576
$30,186
$3,282,617
$150
$650
($196,000)

$500
$9,576
$31,500
$3,282,700
$500
$700
($166,000)

$2,850,439

$3,178,691

$3,127,679

$3,159,476

$5,684,957

$6,263,630

$6,316,561

$6,372,148

118

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
DIVISION OF WASTE COLLECTION, RECYCLING AND DISPOSAL
01.81600

Position
Superintendent of Waste Collection
Accountant II

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

16M
15

$49,241-$68,805
$51,438-$59,231

1
1

1
1

5
50
36

5
50
36

91

91

Subtotal

GRAND TOTAL

99

99

Subtotal
Sanitation Crewleader
Motor Equipment Operator I
Sanitation Worker

23
8
5

$19.06-$19.44
$15.52-$16.75
$15.05-$16.27
Subtotal

Temporary Services
Laborer

FLAT

$8.00/Hr

119

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF STREET CLEANING

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Division of Street Cleaning provides mechanical street sweeping and flushing on 287 miles of paved City streets, as
well as heavy litter pickup on the entire 406 miles of City streets. On a seasonal basis, the Division provides cleanup of
open area violations, collection of demolition debris, pickup of yard debris and the majority of the personnel and
equipment for spring cleanup, leaf collection and snow removal operations.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

Street Sweeping and Flushing

25%

Annual Curb Miles Swept and Flushed

60,000

60,000

60,000

Yard Waste Collection and


Processing

32%

Requests for Service


Cubic Yards Collected
Cubic Yards Processed

526
79,755
52,000

530
81,000
60,000

535
83,000
62,000

Construction and Demolition


Debris

12%

Requests for Service


Cubic Yards Collected and Disposed

2,148
25,000

2,200
34,500

2,200
34,500

Special Waste Collection

11%

Tons Collected and Disposed

3,430

2,500

2,500

Leaf Collection

13%

Cubic Yards Collected and Composted

29,460

22,000

22,000

Business District Litter Control

4%

Tons of Debris Collected and Disposed

240

240

240

Special Event Support

3%

Events Supported

35

35

35

120

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF STREET CLEANING
01.81700

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
102
Wages
104
Overtime
110
Uniform Allowance
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
206
Tools, Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$37,433
$666,044
$64,546
$6,650

$65,686
$748,282
$75,000
$7,525

$59,683
$772,394
$90,000
$5,850

$60,800
$793,939
$90,000
$7,350

$774,673

$896,493

$927,927

$952,089

$955
$0

$1,000
$900

$500
$900

$500
$750

$955

$1,900

$1,400

$1,250

$21,716
$23
$4,767
$13,434
$0

$35,000
$500
$6,500
$26,650
$1,500

$35,000
$200
$6,500
$26,650
$500

$35,000
$300
$5,975
$71,650
$500

$39,940

$70,150

$68,850

$113,425

$815,568

$968,543

$998,177

$1,066,764

121

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
DIVISION OF STREET CLEANING
01.81700

Position
Superintendent of Street Cleaning
Asst. Superintendent of Street Cleaning

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

16M
15M

$49,241-$68,805
$43,994-$59,720

1
1

1
1

6
16
19
8
14

6
16
19
8
14

Subtotal

63

63

GRAND TOTAL

65

65

Subtotal
Street Maintenance Crewleader
Motor Equipment Operator II
Motor Equipment Operator I
Laborer II
Laborer I

24
12
8
6
3

$19.24-$19.62
$16.25-$17.48
$15.52-$16.75
$15.23-$16.41
$14.81-$15.99

122

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF TRANSPORTATION

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Transportation Division is charged with the responsibility of assuring municipal transportation in the most convenient
and safe manner with minimum interference and congestion. This includes the implementation, operation and
maintenance of the City's traffic system services. The Division also provides engineering services and supervision
related to the planning and development of normal traffic patterns. The Division has the responsibility for the operation
and maintenance of City parking meters and the inspection of all municipal lots and parking garages.
The Transportation Division is responsible for the payment of energy costs, maintenance, installation and removal of all
lights along public thoroughfares in the City. This is done under contract with National Grid. The major purpose of
street lighting in the City is to promote traffic safety. Special lighting districts also provide the opportunity for special
decorative street lights. The Department of Public Works evaluates requests for new or increased lighting and refers
orders for repairing broken street lights to National Grid consistent with New York State Public Service Commission
regulations.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

Traffic Safety:
--Sign Repair and Installation
--Signal Repair and Installation
--Pavement Marking

5%
9%
2%

Traffic Signs Replaced or Repaired


Number of Intersections with Traffic Signals
Road Paint Purchased (Gallons)

7,500
330
5,335

7,500
330
5,335

7,500
330
5,335

--On-Street Parking
--Off-Street Parking

1%
32%

Metered Parking Spaces


City Parking Garages
City Leased Parking Lots
City Managed Parking Lots

1,950
8
1
3

1,950
8
1
3

1,950
7
1
3

Planning, Design and Economic


Development

1%

123

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF TRANSPORTATION

II. Major Functions


City Owned and Maintained

State Owned and City Maintained

National Grid Owned &


Maintained

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
1%

3%

5%

16%

25%

IV. Activity Indicators


Streetscape (CBD)
-Lights
-Poles
Creekwalk
-Lights
-Poles
Outside CBD
-Poles-Metal
-Poles-Topics
Connective Corridor
-Ballards
-Poles
Interstates
-Lights
-Poles
-High Mast Lights
-High Mast Poles
Highway & Bridges
-Poles
Decorative Lighting Districts
-Lights
-Poles-Metal
Collectors & Arterials
-Lights
-Poles-Metal
-Poles-Fiberglass
-Poles-Wood
Local Streets
-Lights
-Poles-Wood
Creek Walk
-Lights
-Poles

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

258
347

210
347

350
500

50
248

50
248

126
126

180
180

192
199

192
199

0
0

0
0

122
23

833
812
42
7

833
812
48
8

890
820
45
10

155

155

155

1,251
874

1,350
875

1,350
875

4,455
987
50
400

5,000
990
50
400

5,000
990
50
400

6,603
255

11,000
260

11,000
260

0
0

0
0

202
0

124

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF TRANSPORTATION
01.81800

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
102
Wages
103
Temporary Services
104
Overtime
110
Uniform Allowance

$185,007
$644,120
$20,996
$31,226
$3,150

$182,117
$666,666
$25,000
$50,000
$3,325

$160,533
$685,261
$25,000
$40,000
$3,325

$131,103
$699,847
$25,000
$50,000
$3,750

Totals:

$884,499

$927,108

$914,119

$909,700

$239
$1,956

$500
$2,250

$550
$2,250

$300
$8,750

$2,195

$2,750

$2,800

$9,050

$346,183
$0
$2,334
$4,727,880
$2,514,972
$41
$13,000

$416,650
$500
$2,800
$4,750,000
$2,881,597
$1,315
$16,337

$410,570
$500
$2,800
$4,943,104
$2,948,773
$665
$16,337

$406,650
$500
$2,800
$4,976,532
$2,980,054
$815
$16,337

$7,604,410

$8,069,199

$8,322,749

$8,383,688

$8,491,104

$8,999,057

$9,239,668

$9,302,438

200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
206
Tools, Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
411
Utilities
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
430
Payments To Other Governments
Totals:
TOTAL:

125

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
DIVISION OF TRANSPORTATION
01.81800

Position
Parking Facilities Supervisor
Superintendent of Traffic Services
Traffic Signal Control Operator

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

17E
16M
16M

$53,019-$69,393
$49,241-$68,805
$49,241-$68,805

1
1
1

0
1
1

1
2
5
1
6
2

1
2
5
1
6
2

17

17

Subtotal

GRAND TOTAL

23

22

Subtotal
Traffic Signal Repair Crewleader
Traffic Sign Maintenance Crewleader
Traffic Signal Repair Worker II
Sign Fabricator
Traffic Maintenance Worker
Laborer II

29
27
16
15
11
6

$19.96-$20.36
$19.51-$19.90
$17.18-$18.39
$16.88-$18.06
$16.03-$17.29
$15.23-$16.41
Subtotal

Temporary Services
Laborer

FLAT

$8.00/Hr

126

DEPARTMENT OF FIRE
SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS

MAIN FIRE
FIRE PREVENTION BUREAU
AIRPORT CRASH RESCUE
FIRE EMS
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$28,595,740
$805,469
$161,049
$18,213

$29,632,259
$1,010,642
$75,000
$0

$28,841,171
$910,600
$142,500
$64,845

$29,662,332
$1,157,911
$75,000
$0

$29,580,471

$30,717,901

$29,959,116

$30,895,243

127

DEPARTMENT OF FIRE
MAIN FIRE

I.

Program Responsibilities:
This program, under the direction of the Chief of Fire, provides personnel and equipment to perform fire suppression,
rescue and emergency medical services. The Special Operations Division provides services in building collapse,
confined space rescue, hazard materials response, high angle rope & trench rescue and water rescue. The Bureau is
composed of 9 two-piece engine companies, 5 truck companies, a 3-piece hazardous materials company, a 2-piece
rescue company, a 2-piece squad company, the Division of Maintenance, the Division of Training and the Chiefs Office.
The 17 fire companies are housed in 10 fire stations strategically located throughout the city. The Training Division
provides instruction in modern firefighting techniques and proper use of firefighting equipment. The Maintenance
Division is responsible for the repair and maintenance of all Fire Department vehicles, apparatus and buildings. The
Fire Chiefs office is responsible for the investigation of all fires, as well as providing planning, direction and
administrative support for all Fire Department activities.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Fire Suppression

95%

Fires or Explosions
Over Pressure Ruptures
Rescue Calls
Hazardous Conditions
Service Calls
Good Intent Calls
False Alarms
Other Unclassified
Vacant Building Inspections
School Safety Inspections
Opticom Control Inspections

Apparatus and Building


Maintenance

4%

Fire Investigations

1%

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

1,022
11
18,551
1,145
1,954
1,810
3,690
80
58,900
665
18,720

1,200
38
17,062
1,200
2,100
2,158
4,000
368
60,000
709
18,720

1,320
50
18,760
1,320
2,300
2,400
4,400
500
62,400
725
18,720

Buildings Maintained
Vehicles Maintained
Intersections Maintained

13
89
332

13
89
332

13
89
332

Investigations Made

569

540

500

128

DEPARTMENT OF FIRE
MAIN FIRE
01.34100

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
102
Wages
104
Overtime
105
Holiday Pay
107
Night Shift Differential
108
Tool Allowance
109
Out of Title Pay
110
Uniform Allowance
111
Contractual Retirement
112
Contractual Obligations
113
Sick Time Buy Back
115
207 Injured on Duty

$19,889,992
$328,209
$4,071,794
$1,521,742
$169,678
$1,200
$2,766
$1,400
$194,258
$150,935
$98,223
$25,457

$21,823,033
$355,993
$2,618,000
$1,502,629
$252,064
$1,600
$5,000
$1,575
$375,000
$174,445
$100,000
$0

$19,857,724
$345,000
$4,117,322
$1,445,500
$200,000
$1,000
$3,000
$1,425
$250,000
$173,500
$60,000
$0

$20,315,914
$393,806
$4,000,000
$1,508,414
$256,816
$1,800
$5,000
$2,000
$375,000
$177,303
$100,000
$0

$26,455,654

$27,209,339

$26,454,471

$27,136,053

$6,999
$5,500

$7,000
$6,000

$6,500
$5,500

$7,000
$6,000

$12,499

$13,000

$12,000

$13,000

$268,545
$372,973
$3,997
$802,014
$17,190
$2,397
$169,894
$1,378
$218,321
$259,575
$10,403
$900

$333,000
$425,000
$4,000
$875,000
$20,000
$5,000
$176,500
$15,000
$238,520
$302,000
$15,000
$900

$330,000
$419,000
$4,000
$875,000
$18,500
$4,800
$176,000
$3,000
$230,000
$300,000
$13,500
$900

$340,920
$425,000
$4,000
$875,000
$20,000
$5,000
$176,500
$15,000
$229,259
$406,700
$15,000
$900

$2,127,587

$2,409,920

$2,374,700

$2,513,279

$28,595,740

$29,632,259

$28,841,171

$29,662,332

Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
206
Tools, Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
401
Motor Equipment Operating Supplies
402
Motor Equipment Repair Supplies
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
409
Uniform Allowance
410
Military Supplement Payments
411
Utilities
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage & Freight
Totals:
TOTAL:

129

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF FIRE
MAIN FIRE
01.34100

Position
Chief of Fire
First Deputy Chief
Deputy Chief
District Chief
Fire Captain
Fire Lieutenant
Firefighter
Fire Equipment Maintenance Supt.
Fiscal Officer
Secretary to Chief of Fire

Local Area Network Tech Support Specialist


Administrative Assistant
Typist II
Information Aide

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

22E
20E
FLAT
35A
32A
25B
21A
35A
16E
12
12
10
8
1

$101,504
$96,078
$94,632
$77,299
$71,644
$66,008
$39,296-$58,515
$77,299
$47,675-$64,707
$42,127-$49,043
$42,127-$49,043
$36,939-$43,761
$32,249-$38,273
$22,911-$27,887

1
1
5
14
21
68
241
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1
1
5
14
21
68
241
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

358

358

1
1
5
1
1
1

1
1
5
1
1
1

Subtotal

10

10

GRAND TOTAL

368

368

Subtotal
Electrician
Heavy Equipment Mechanic Crewleader
Heavy Equipment Mechanic II
Fire Apparatus Maintenance Mechanic
Maintenance Worker II
Fire Equipment Supply Worker

FLAT
29
16
16
13
8

$30.20-$30.80
$19.96-$20.36
$17.18-$18.39
$17.18-$18.39
$16.39-$17.57
$15.52-$16.75

130

DEPARTMENT OF FIRE
FIRE PREVENTION BUREAU

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Fire Prevention Bureau is responsible for the enforcement of the Fire Prevention Code and regulations dealing with
the protection of the public. The Bureau enforces regulations regarding the use and storage of explosive, flammable,
and hazardous materials. Fire Prevention is charged with inspecting public assemblies. The Bureau inspects and
issues permits for fuel installations, cutting and welding, explosive storage, dry cleaning plants, tents, propane gas
installations and other hazardous processes. The Bureau's prevention programs encompass the public and parochial
school systems. It provides fire awareness programming, with both live and taped presentations over cable TV, to
enable the School District to meet requirements of the State Education Law.

II. Major Functions


Code Education and
Enforcement

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
100%

IV. Activity Indicators


Initial Inspections
Re-inspections
Joint Inspections
License Inspections
Blueprints & Plans Reviewed
Hazardous Condition Inspections
Public Assembly Inspections
Unclassified Inspections
Public Education Presentations

V.
2012/2013
Actual
760
1,811
1,050
753
826
61
1,932
817
457

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate
750
2,100
1,250
800
800
50
2,250
950
350

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed
800
2,100
1,500
850
850
60
2,250
1,000
300

131

DEPARTMENT OF FIRE
FIRE PREVENTION BUREAU
01.34120

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
104
Overtime
105
Holiday Pay
107
Night Shift Differential
111
Contractual Retirement
112
Contractual Obligations
113
Sick Time Buyback
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
418
Postage & Freight
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$595,032
$83,425
$31,781
$6
$9,884
$6,132
$7,225

$674,430
$90,000
$43,244
$7,128
$50,000
$4,050
$10,000

$610,000
$75,000
$41,000
$6,500
$44,000
$4,000
$7,000

$810,396
$90,000
$53,647
$7,128
$50,000
$4,950
$10,000

$733,485

$878,852

$787,500

$1,026,121

$0

$45,000

$42,000

$45,000

$0

$45,000

$42,000

$45,000

$2,769
$42,052
$263
$26,000
$900

$3,000
$48,690
$1,200
$33,000
$900

$3,000
$48,000
$1,200
$28,000
$900

$3,000
$48,690
$1,200
$33,000
$900

$71,984

$86,790

$81,100

$86,790

$805,469

$1,010,642

$910,600

$1,157,911

132

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF FIRE
FIRE PREVENTION BUREAU
01.34120

Position
Fire Captain
Fire Lieutenant
Firefighter
Fire Engineer
Typist II

Grade

Rate

32A
25B
21A
16E
8

$71,644
$66,008
$39,296-$58,515
$47,675-$64,707
$32,249-$38,273
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
2
4
5
1
1

2
4
5
1
1

13

13

133

DEPARTMENT OF FIRE
AIRPORT CRASH RESCUE

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Airport Response Company is a specialized company of the Syracuse Fire Department. This company is under the
direction of the Chief of Fire. It provides personnel and equipment to respond to aircraft emergencies, fire suppressions,
EMS and limited Haz-Mat response. This Bureau, with the Bureau of Fire, consists of four (4) large aircraft response
vehicles, a mini response vehicle and an officers vehicle. This station also conducts structure inspections including
alarm and protection systems and fuel farm. This company also conducts training for airport employees, concerning fire
safety, EMS, emergency response planning. This Bureau conducts various drills and tours as required.

II. Major Functions


Airport Fire and EMS protection

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
100%

IV. Activity Indicators


Air Craft Emergencies
Air Craft Incidents
Fire/Hazardous Incidents
Fire Alarm Activation
POL(Pooling Oil Liquids) Spills
Medical Emergency
Investigations/Assists
Mutual Aid
Miscellaneous

V.
2012/2013
Actual
17
1
12
33
3
117
27
1
1

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate
18
0
17
70
5
119
23
1
10

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed
18
2
15
50
5
120
20
1
10

134

DEPARTMENT OF FIRE
AIRPORT CRASH RESCUE
01.34140

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
104
Overtime
105
Holiday Pay
107
Night Shift Differential
109
Out of Title Pay
111
Contractual Retirement
112
Contractual Obligations
113
Sick Time Buyback
191
Less: Reimbursement From Other Funds

$1,398,863
$294,227
$111,571
$11,987
$30
$32,513
$7,800
$14,450
($1,710,392)

Totals:
TOTAL:

2013/2014
Authorized

$1,456,828
$250,000
$109,262
$19,008
$0
$0
$10,800
$10,000
($1,780,898)

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$1,400,000
$245,000
$109,000
$15,000
$2,600
$0
$75,000
$8,000
($1,712,100)

$1,532,161
$250,000
$110,450
$19,008
$0
$0
$10,800
$10,000
($1,857,419)

$161,049

$75,000

$142,500

$75,000

$161,049

$75,000

$142,500

$75,000

135

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF FIRE
AIRPORT CRASH RESCUE
01.34140

Position
Fire Captain
Fire Lieutenant
Firefighter

Grade

Rate

32A
25B
21A

$71,644
$66,008
$39,296-$58,515
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1
4
20

1
4
20

25

25

136

DEPARTMENT OF FIRE
FIRE EMS
01.34135

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


104
Overtime
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$18,213

$0

$0

$0

$18,213

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$64,845

$0

$0

$0

$64,845

$0

$18,213

$0

$64,845

$0

137

DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS

GENERAL SERVICES BUREAU


UNIFORM BUREAU
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$7,862,685
$36,326,649

$8,388,068
$36,146,172

$7,885,659
$36,592,284

$8,535,015
$37,595,128

$44,189,334

$44,534,240

$44,477,943

$46,130,143

138

DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
GENERAL SERVICES BUREAU

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The General Services Bureau is responsible for the overall management and supervision of the Syracuse Police
Department. The Bureau establishes policy and objectives and oversees the operation to ensure compliance. Specific
functions of this Bureau include: budget preparation and analysis; bookkeeping and payroll preparation; personnel
matters; inspections; maintaining all property and evidence recovered by the Department; Dept. communications;
information systems; police records; planning and research activities; department vehicle fleet maintenance and data
processing transactions

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

Chief's Office, Administration and


General Services Staff Offices
Policy Formulation and
Management

2%

General Orders Issued


Memorandum Orders Issued
Temporary Operating Orders Issued
Personnel Orders Issued

52
47
2
501

58
40
2
535

55
40
2
550

Personnel Division - Includes


Administrative Leave Unit

2%

Active Personnel Files Maintained


Transfer Requests Processed
Secondary Employment Requests Processed
Appointments, Resignations and Retirements
Processed
Background Investigations
Applicants Interviewed
Applicants Canvassed

560
216
161

684
250
201

684
250
201

87
30
65
370

120
200
200
2,700

120
200
200
2,700

1,047
78
2,451
270
285

1,068
78
2,500
270
285

1,090
78
2,550
270
285

Audit, Budget and Control

3%

Purchase Requisitions
Bureau Payrolls Completed
Claims Prepared
Program Cost Reports
Revenue Deposits Prepared

139

DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
GENERAL SERVICES BUREAU

II. Major Functions


Training Division

Armament Section

III. Cost of
Function as a
% of Total
Budget
1%

IV. Activity Indicators


Recruit Training:
--Police Academy (Syracuse Officers)
--Outside Agencies
--S.U. Security
--Syracuse C.S.O.'s
In-Service Training
Specialized On-site Training
Instructor Development course-IDC
Field Training Officer-FTO
Breath Test Operator-BTO
BTO (RE-Cert)
Standard field Sobriety Test-SFST
RADAR
Specialized Off-site Training
CRT Crisis Response Training Days
Remedial Emergency Vehicle Operations Course EVOC
Officers Qualifying (Semi-annually)
Weapon Repairs
Rifle School
Tactical Shotgun Training
Basic ERT School
ERT Training Days (Full Team)
Sniper Unit Training Days
Recon Containment Unit Training Days
Entry Unit Training Days
Taser Certifications
Taser Re-Certifications
F.A.T.S. Training

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

0
0
0
6
453
346
0
0
16
41
0
0
439
11

40
6
6
5
450
350
15
25
20
50
25
25
450
12

80
10
10
5
450
350
15
30
30
50
25
25
450
12

15

15

587
145
8
438
8
12
48
48
48
0
252
0

1,150
595
8
450
0
12
48
48
48
20
250
0

1,150
145
8
450
8
12
48
48
48
20
250
0

140

DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
GENERAL SERVICES BUREAU

II. Major Functions


Intelligence & Technology
Division

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
1%

IV. Activity Indicators


Planning Projects/Studies
Revision of Forms
Surveys/Questionnaires-Outside
Crime Analysis Reports
Annual Report for Department
Special Requests
Grants Administered
Computer Systems Support
Monthly/Quarterly Grant Reports
Departmental Orders Processed

Central Records
Division

5%

Complaint Records
Teletype Messages
Warrant Transactions
Fingerprint Arrests
Total Arrests Processed
Fingerprint Comparisons
Computer Reports

Transportation
Division

5%

Preventive Maintenance Inspections


Work Orders Processed
Police Vehicle Accidents Processed

Inspections Division

1%

Damage Claims Processed

Internal Affairs Division

1%

Cases Investigated

V.
2012/2013
Actual
10
5
15
N/A
1
120
28
500
124
594

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate
15
7
15
N/A
1
135
30
600
132
625

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed
18
9
18
N/A
1
150
35
750
146
635

146,468
64,952
6,524
90
10,492
149,671
12

150,000
64,975
6,550
90
11,000
155,000
12

200,000
64,990
6,575
90
11,000
155,000
12

855
2,333
142

905
2,400
155

960
2,450
165

63

65

65

177

170

200

141

DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
GENERAL SERVICES BUREAU

II. Major Functions


Property Division

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
1%

IV. Activity Indicators


Items of Evidence, Found Property
& Safekeeping Processed
Processing DAs Office Requests for
Release
Property Released Transactions
Recovered Weapon Melt Downs
Printing Services
Annual Inventory Updates
Drug Burns

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

11,160

16,090

16,500

582
702
1
188,000
184
1

615
700
1
200,000
195
2

620
725
1
210,000
195
2

142

DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
GENERAL SERVICES BUREAU
01.31220

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
102
Wages
104
Overtime
105
Holiday Pay
107
Night Shift Differential
108
Tool Allowance
110
Uniform Allowance
112
Contractual Obligations
113
Sick Time Buy Back
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
206
Tools, Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
401
Motor Equipment Operating Supplies
402
Motor Equipment Repair Supplies
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
411
Utilities
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage & Freight
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$3,627,797
$405,793
$668,382
$153,651
$3,536
$1,000
$9,200
$9,900
$16,687

$3,669,692
$455,062
$700,000
$153,214
$4,500
$1,400
$9,100
$17,100
$45,000

$3,383,867
$425,759
$708,299
$143,535
$4,135
$1,200
$10,500
$10,900
$31,500

$3,643,919
$446,524
$715,000
$154,098
$4,500
$1,400
$9,100
$16,650
$45,000

$4,895,946

$5,055,068

$4,719,695

$5,036,191

$78,646
$78,894

$73,300
$67,600

$73,000
$67,500

$86,300
$66,200

$157,540

$140,900

$140,500

$152,500

$1,076,486
$396,808
$77,088
$193,536
$116,798
$7,367
$365,968
$510,080
$56,095
$8,973

$1,152,000
$455,000
$87,500
$194,950
$136,568
$15,200
$446,120
$633,762
$55,000
$16,000

$1,087,500
$420,674
$87,500
$194,550
$136,568
$15,200
$385,500
$633,762
$55,000
$9,210

$1,172,880
$454,000
$87,500
$218,250
$167,718
$15,200
$424,022
$730,754
$60,000
$16,000

$2,809,199

$3,192,100

$3,025,464

$3,346,324

$7,862,685

$8,388,068

$7,885,659

$8,535,015

143

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DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
GENERAL SERVICES BUREAU
01.31220

Position
Chief of Police
First Deputy Chief
Inspector
Captain
Lieutenant
Sergeant
Police Officer
Garage Supervisor
Network Administrator
LAN Tech Support Specialist
Grants Procurement Specialist
Research Technician I
Accountant I
Secretary to the Chief of Police
Control Clerk
Duplicating Equipment Operator II
Community Service Officer
Account Clerk II
Personnel Aide
Data Entry Equipment Operator
Information Aide

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

FLAT
FLAT
36A
35A
32A
25B
21A
13M
16
12
11
11
11
8
8
7
6
6
6
2
1

$101,504
$96,078
$89,779
$82,625
$76,476
$70,348
$42,654-$63,549
$40,418-$52,898
$54,979-$63,541
$42,127-$49,043
$39,432-$46,301
$39,432-$46,301
$39,432-$46,301
$32,249-$38,273
$32,249-$38,273
$30,327-$36,315
$28,516-$33,770
$28,516-$33,770
$28,516-$33,770
$23,493-$28,476
$22,911-$27,887
Subtotal

1
1
1
4
2
7
24
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
14
3
1
5
1

1
1
0
3
2
7
24
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
15
3
1
5
1

71

71

144

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
GENERAL SERVICES BUREAU
01.31220

Position
Auto (Police) Crewleader
Automotive/Equipment Mechanic
Stock Clerk
Laborer II
Laborer I

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

25
14
8
6
3

$19.27-$19.66
$16.73-$17.92
$15.52-$16.75
$15.23-$16.41
$14.81-$15.99

2
7
1
1
2

2
8
1
1
1

Subtotal

13

13

GRAND TOTAL

84

84

145

DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
UNIFORM BUREAU

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Syracuse Police Department is responsible for enforcing all Federal, State, and local laws, protecting persons and
property, and preserving the peace in the City of Syracuse. This responsibility is the primary function of the Uniform
Bureau through the provision of uniformed patrol functions as well as the investigative functions to enforce these laws.
Some of the functions of this Bureau include, but are not limited to answering calls for service, conducting initial
investigations, walking beats, issuing citations, maintaining an orderly flow of traffic (including Carrier Dome events), K9, Community Policing, Team-Oriented Policing, Direct Deployment Team, Neighborhood Storefront Centers and
ordinance enforcement. The investigative functions include follow-up investigations for crimes against persons and
property, forgery, aggravated harassment, stolen cars, special investigations, missing persons, domestic incidents,
school information programs, child abuse investigations; D.A.R.E., Officer Friendly, Youth Enforcement, City license
applications, and background investigation and operation of the crime laboratory.

II. Major Functions


Uniform Patrol: Responding to
calls for Service, Emergencies
and Accident Investigations
Includes Airport Division

K-9 Section

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
46%

IV. Activity Indicators


Police Response for Service
Patrol Miles Logged
Average Priority Response Time (Minutes)
Recorded Incidents (DR Numbers Issued)
Persons Arrested
Accidents Investigated
Teleservice Phone Reports
Mail Complaints
Sporting Events/Assemblies
Parades/Escorts
Moving Violations Cited
Parking Violations Cited
Building Searches
Directed Searches
K-9 Tracking
Explosive Searches
Building Perimeter Checks
Narcotics Detection
Officer Protection

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

146,396
1,292,148
2.7
166,956
22,128
5,912
488
235
96
107
30,141
78,546

147,250
1,300,000
3
167,425
22,600
6,000
500
300
100
110
32,000
85,000

149,100
1,820,000
5
164,000
22,650
7,287
500
300
193
115
32,500
90,000

243
67
39
124
366
57
133

280
94
45
122
439
66
155

250
95
40
125
500
75
250

146

DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
UNIFORM BUREAU

II. Major Functions


Community Relations

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
3%

IV. Activity Indicators

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

Interns From Area Colleges


Civilian Riders
McGruff Robot Presentation

30
300
30

30
300
30

30
300
30

S.I.R.P. (Middle & High Schools)

Arrests
Disturbances
Weapons Recovered
Incident Reports

113
208
94
262

130
235
100
300

130
235
100
300

D.A.R.E. Program

DARE Contracts: Students


Officer Friendly

1,514
4,736

1,500
5,000

1,500
5,000

G.R.E.A.T. Program

Students Educated
Number of Classes Taught

1,777
484

1,800
485

1,800
485

Recruitment Section

Exam Notices Mailed


Telephone Referrals
E-mails
Other Referrals/Walk-ins
Police Exam Study Classes
Students Attended
Off-site Visits
Persons Contacted
City School Visits
Students Contacted
College Visits
Persons Contacted

1,804
1,304
1,370
84
4
84
19
784
19
572
9
404

1,800
1,300
1,300
90
4
90
70
800
20
600
10
400

1,800
1,300
1,300
100
4
90
70
800
20
600
10
400

147

DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
UNIFORM BUREAU

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

6%
License Division

Licenses Reviewed/Issued
Taxi Inspections Complaints
Alarms/OLEIS Subscribers

Community Policing Storefronts/


Trailers

Calls Responded To
Total Reports
Assist to Other Agencies
Business/Property/Special Events Checks
Details(assists to other sections)
School Crossings & Details
Neighborhood Meetings/Functions
Number of Arrests
Appearance Tickets
Total Complaints Received
Abandoned Vehicle Complaints
Total List Complaints
Total Number of Towed Vehicles
Vehicles Reclaimed By Owners
Vehicles Sold By Auction
Parking Complaints
Snow Complaints
Trash & Debris Complaints
Miscellaneous/Unfounded Complaints
Salvage Certificates Issued
Red Tags Issued
Burglary Investigations Completed
Vacant Property Trespass Statements Taken

Ordinance Enforcement Section

Operation Safe Child

Youth Served
Events Held

1,466
550
1,425

1,475
500
1,450

1,475
550
1,475

11,779
4,506
323
2,509
1,188
356
552
130
910
332
6
8
1
0
18
56
16
100
96
232
230
315

11,000
4,500
300
2,500
1,100
350
250
70
900
300
5
10
5
12
50
50
15
100
100
200
200
315

11,000
4,500
155
2,500
1,100
350
250
70
900
300
5
10
5
20
50
50
15
100
100
175
200
315

720
42

700
40

700
40

148

DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
UNIFORM BUREAU

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Boot Van

Total Vehicles Booted


Total Vehicles Towed
Total Revenue Collected

Neighborhood Watch

Meetings Attended
Total Groups Formed

Criminal Investigations Division


(Includes Selective Enforcement
Unit)

Crime Reduction Team

10%

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

1,650
100
$818,881

0
100
$0

0
100
$0

288
88

325
90

430
90

Crimes Against Property Investigations


Crimes Against Persons Investigations
Cold Cases
Polygraph Investigations
Forgery Investigations
Warrants

2,726
1,127
89
28
420
2,676

3,100
1,215
94
50
450
2,850

3,200
1,330
97
60
480
3,125

Recovered Guns
Pedestrian Stops
Parking Tickets Issued
Vehicle & Traffic Stops
Traffic Tickets Issued
Warrant Arrests
Appearance Tickets Issued
Violation Arrests(charges)
Misdemeanor Arrest (charges)
Felony Arrests (charges)
Calls for Service

44
829
76
3,297
6,726
255
1,234
1,494
1,673
216
8,973

45
925
100
3,300
6,800
275
1,500
1,600
1,600
225
9,000

45
950
125
3,300
6,800
275
1,600
1,650
1,650
255
9,100

149

DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
UNIFORM BUREAU

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Family Services Division

5%

Juvenile Arrests Processed


Adult Arrests
Missing Persons Investigations
Domestic Violence Investigations
Domestic Violence Arrests
Domestic Violence Charges
Adult Sex Abuse Investigations
Child Abuse Investigations
Child Sex Investigations
Total Charges
Megans Law Investigations

Special Investigations Division


(Includes Neighborhood AntiCrime Unit)

8%

Narcotics Arrest Charges


Narcotics-Number of Persons Arrested
Vice Arrest Charges
Vice-Number of Persons Arrested

Technical Operations Section

Forfeiture Cases Processed


Security Details
Telephone Repair Requests Processed
Orders for Mobile Radio Installation & Removal
Orders for Mobile Radio Repairs
Orders for Portable Radio Repairs

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

11
78
800
65
11
16
78
13
224
110
217

21
85
845
75
15
20
85
20
240
120
225

25
96
850
80
18
25
90
24
245
130
235

1,408
386
49
38

1,500
400
25
20

1,500
400
25
20

250
12
193
81
45
53

260
15
225
75
50
50

265
15
225
75
50
50

150

DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
UNIFORM BUREAU
01.31230

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
103
Temporary Services
104
Overtime
105
Holiday Pay
107
Night Shift Differential
110
Uniform Allowance
112
Contractual Obligations
113
Sick Time Buy Back
115
Police Injured on Duty
191
Less: Reimbursement From Other Funds
199
Less: Offset From Special Grant Sources

$28,717,732
$208,056
$5,754,655
$1,449,250
$230,118
$16,780
$95,400
$155,558
$676,610
($569,828)
($1,198,262)

$28,421,620
$222,400
$6,233,000
$1,402,099
$272,500
$19,980
$112,500
$123,000
$0
($513,544)
($1,053,715)

$27,585,575
$221,631
$6,777,100
$1,403,500
$236,100
$18,760
$100,000
$180,000
$678,560
($533,544)
($977,673)

$29,039,552
$231,998
$6,533,000
$1,429,900
$242,640
$18,400
$112,500
$164,000
$0
($733,544)
($497,300)

$35,536,069

$35,239,840

$35,690,009

$36,541,146

$35,995
$68,770

$56,000
$66,072

$56,000
$66,000

$56,000
$65,972

$104,765

$122,072

$122,000

$121,972

$110,303
$20,005
$291,866
$53,087
$209,512
$1,042

$108,400
$37,500
$347,300
$0
$280,560
$10,500

$108,400
$37,500
$347,300
$5,575
$259,000
$22,500

$108,400
$37,500
$482,550
$0
$283,560
$20,000

$685,815

$784,260

$780,275

$932,010

$36,326,649

$36,146,172

$36,592,284

$37,595,128

Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
206
Tools, Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
410
Military Supplement Payments
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
425
Police Training Classes
Totals:
TOTAL:

151

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
UNIFORM BUREAU
01.31230

Position
Deputy Chief
Captain
Lieutenant
Sergeant
Police Officer *
Community Service Officer
Parking Checkers
Information Aide

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

FLAT
35A
32A
25B
21A
6
4
1

$94,632
$82,625
$76,476
$70,348
$42,654-$63,549
$28,516-$33,770
$25,629-$30,825
$22,911-$27,887

3
7
17
60
367
18
9
2

3
8
17
60
367
17
9
2

483

483

54

54

Subtotal

54

54

GRAND TOTAL

537

537

Subtotal

Temporary Services
School Crossing Guards

$4,213-$4,894

*Police Officers include 14 Stimulus Grant Officers

152

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION & YOUTH PROGRAMS


SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS

2012/2013
Actual
ADMINISTRATION
DIVISION OF PARKS
DIVISION OF RECREATION
DOG CONTROL DIVISION
TOTAL:

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$421,046
$3,035,883
$3,063,263
$401,364

$599,677
$3,625,256
$3,558,886
$446,382

$481,650
$3,361,679
$3,104,448
$396,625

$595,287
$3,717,246
$3,721,448
$460,701

$6,921,556

$8,230,201

$7,344,402

$8,494,682

153

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS


ADMINISTRATION BUREAU

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Division of Administration provides overall formulation and operational guidelines for the Department of Recreation
and Youth Programs. All major policy and program decisions are made at this level. This division is charged with the
managerial functions of budgeting, organizing, staffing and the direction and control of the day-to-day operations of this
Department. It is also responsible for the preparation and distribution of all information pertaining to the Department's
programs and special events.

II. Major Functions


Management & Administration of
Entire Department, Including
Capital Projects

Community Mural Project

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
100%

IV. Activity Indicators


Operating Accounts
--Administration Bureau
--Dog Control Bureau
--Parks Grounds Maintenance
--Recreation Bureau
--Capital Accounts
Federal & State Grant Reports
Informational Brochures:
--Planning and Development Office
--Special Events Office
--Recreation Bureau:
Adult Athletics
Aquatics
Ice Skating
Recreation Centers/Youth Programs
Senior Centers
Special Projects Completed

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

11
9
18
15
28
25

11
9
18
15
28
25

11
9
18
15
28
25

3
4

3
4

3
4

4
3
1
7
2

4
3
1
7
2

4
3
1
7
2

154

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION & YOUTH PROGRAMS


ADMINISTRATION BUREAU
01.70200

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
104
Overtime
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
401
Motor Equipment Operating Supplies
402
Motor Equipment Repair Supplies
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
491
Less: Reimbursement From Other Funds
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$305,056
$1,254

$454,573
$0

$355,825
$2,200

$438,986
$2,000

$306,310

$454,573

$358,025

$440,986

$510

$700

$475

$700

$510

$700

$475

$700

$6,084
$88
$2,465
$1,917
$0
$102,463
$1,209
$0

$5,500
$1,250
$3,000
$3,000
$250
$137,504
$1,500
($7,600)

$5,400
$500
$3,140
$1,560
$150
$119,000
$1,000
($7,600)

$5,500
$1,250
$3,000
$6,800
$250
$140,901
$3,500
($7,600)

$114,226

$144,404

$123,150

$153,601

$421,046

$599,677

$481,650

$595,287

155

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS
ADMINISTRATION BUREAU
01.70200

Position
Commissioner of Parks and Recreation
Deputy Commissioner of Parks and Recreation
Facilities Engineer
Administrative Officer
Administrative Analyst II
LAN Technical Support Specialist
Administrative Assistant
Secretary to the Commissioner
Information Aide

Grade

Rate

21E
17E
16M
14E
13
12
10
10
1

$70,062-$94,124
$53,019-$69,393
$49,241-$68,805
$40,356-$52,707
$45,100-$52,768
$42,127-$49,043
$36,939-$43,761
$36,939-$43,761
$22,911-$27,887
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1
1
2
1
1
0
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

156

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS


DIVISION OF PARKS/GROUNDS MAINTENANCE

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Division of Grounds Maintenance is responsible for the maintenance of approximately 1,000 acres of park lands,
City-owned lots, and rights-of-way. This includes numerous parkways, two golf courses and certain cemeteries.
Maintenance functions include snow removal, grass cutting contract administration and monitoring, leaf collection, glass
and debris pickup, ball diamond maintenance, tree trimming, tree removal, and other miscellaneous operations. Also
included is the operation of the Citys Greenhouse and support services for City special events.

II. Major Functions


Other Park Maintenance

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
20%

IV. Activity Indicators


Park Breakdown:
Community Parks and Centers
Total Acreage
Playlots, Fields, Courts and Pools
Total Acreage
Downtown Parks
Total Acreage
Open Space Areas and Cemeteries
Total Acreage
Natural Areas
Total Acreage
Medians and Traffic Islands
Total Acreage
Number of Fountains Maintained

Golf Course Maintenance

4%

Golf Courses Maintained

Ballfield Maintenance

7%

Little League Fields Maintained


City Recreation Fields Maintained

Grass Cutting and Trimming

14%

Total Acres Mowed:


--City Personnel
--Contracted Services

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

33
600
23
40
16
7.5
10
83
6
170
100
65
6

33
600
23
40
16
7.5
10
83
6
170
100
65
6

33
600
23
40
16
7.5
10
83
6
170
100
65
6

37
10

37
10

37
10

90
600

90
600

90
600

157

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS


DIVISION OF PARKS/GROUNDS MAINTENANCE

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

Tree Planting, Trimming and


Removal

17%

Trees Planted by Contract


Trees Trimmed by Contract
Trees Removed by Contract
Stumps Removed by Contract

150
400
333
450

175
437
500
600

175
500
500
700

Special Events

6%

Number of Events Requiring Services

100

100

100

Leaf Collection, Litter, Other

20%

Pool Maintenance

6%

Pools Maintained:
Indoor Sites
Outdoor Sites

2
8

2
8

2
8

Ice Rinks Maintained

Ice Rink Maintenance

6%

158

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS


DIVISION OF PARKS/GROUNDS MAINTENANCE
01.71100

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
102
Wages
103
Temporary Services
104
Overtime
106
Car Allowance
108
Tool Allowance
110
Uniform Allowance

$165,872
$1,277,372
$106,163
$85,791
$4,255
$400
$7,350

$168,104
$1,546,920
$130,000
$110,000
$5,500
$400
$9,450

$173,657
$1,386,952
$110,200
$76,400
$5,000
$400
$7,600

$176,025
$1,614,319
$122,260
$110,000
$5,000
$400
$10,800

Totals:

$1,647,203

$1,970,374

$1,760,209

$2,038,804

$13,274

$6,000

$5,000

$5,000

$13,274

$6,000

$5,000

$5,000

200 EQUIPMENT
206
Tools, Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
401
Motor Equipment Operating Supplies
402
Motor Equipment Repair Supplies
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
420
Clinton Square Maintenance
491
Less: Reimbursement From Other Funds
Totals:
TOTAL:

$100,053
$27,127
$344
$273,072
$0
$4,073
$962,453
$1,000
$54,927
($47,643)

$105,000
$40,000
$500
$295,000
$250
$6,142
$1,234,190
$2,800
$0
($35,000)

$104,500
$32,000
$500
$285,000
$170
$4,800
$1,140,000
$1,500
$58,000
($30,000)

$105,000
$35,000
$500
$317,000
$250
$6,142
$1,236,750
$2,800
$0
($30,000)

$1,375,406

$1,648,882

$1,596,470

$1,673,442

$3,035,883

$3,625,256

$3,361,679

$3,717,246

159

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS
DIVISION OF PARKS/GROUNDS MAINTENANCE
01.71100

Position
Arborist
Superintendent of Grounds Maintenance
Asst Superintendent of Grounds Maintenance

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

16
15M
13M

$54,979-$63,541
$43,994-$59,720
$40,418-$52,898

1
1
1

1
1
1

0
1
9
2
1
3
3
1
5
13
8

1
1
9
2
1
3
3
1
5
11
8

46

45

12
4

12
4

Subtotal

16

16

GRAND TOTAL

65

64

Subtotal
Tree Trimmer Crewleader
Greenhouse Crewleader
Park Labor Crewleader
Tree Trimmer II
Motor Equipment Operator II
Motor Equipment Operator I
Gardener
Motor Equipment Dispatcher
Laborer II
Laborer I
Custodial Worker I

28
23
22
14
12
8
7
7
6
3
1

$19.77-$20.17
$19.06-$19.44
$18.70-$19.07
$16.73-$17.92
$16.25-$17.48
$15.52-$16.75
$15.47-$16.68
$15.47-$16.68
$15.23-$16.41
$14.81-$15.99
$14.07-$15.21
Subtotal

Temporary Services
Seasonal Laborers
Pool Maintenance Worker

FLAT
FLAT

$8.00-$10.00/hour
$400-$450 per week

160

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS


DIVISION OF RECREATION
I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Division of Recreation is the programming arm of the Department. It is responsible for all public programs in the
City of Syracuse. It provides formal and informal activities for the constructive use of leisure time. Included in these are
physical, social, cultural, and creative programs for all ages. These programs are offered through the facilities of parks,
playgrounds, swimming pools, ice rinks, schools, public housing, recreation centers and other facilities that are rented or
made available to the division for programming purposes.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Administration of Recreation
Facilities and Programs

17%

This Includes all of our Program Directors

Recreation Centers

20%

Number of Recreation Centers


Total Participation at Centers:
--Bova Community Center (Schiller Park)
--Cannon Street Community Center
--McChesney Park Recreation Center
--Hamilton Street Teen Program
--Northeast Community Center
--Seals Community Center (Kirk Park)
--Ed Smith Afterschool Program
--Southwest Community Center
--Westmoreland Park Community Center
--Wilson Park Community Center
--Shonnard Teen Programs
A.C.T.I.O.N. School Year League @ McChesney
Park
Rec. Center Basketball League (12 & Under)
Rec. Center Basketball League (13-15)
Winter Biddy Basketball League
Tennis Program (Fall & Spring Clinics)
Fall Soccer Program @ Burnet
Staff Training Sessions
Volunteers (Various Sources)
Service Learning
Spring Basketball League 16-18
Cuse Spot
Fit Kids
Spring Lacrosse@ Burnet

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

11

11

11

10,584
6,128
15,784
5,314
14,305
9,666
7,878
23,474
13,282
14,082
6,170

10,412
5,802
10,687
6,620
6,000
8327
5,342
23,727
10,912
11,628
8,884

10,000
5,000
13,000
6,000
8,000
8,000
5,500
20,000
11,000
13,000
8,500

100
80
187
36
114
19
15
112
49
0
139
0

70
83
153
21
105
18
41
115
49
39
76
41

90
100
150
50
43
15
25
100
50
40
98
0

161

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS


DIVISION OF RECREATION

II. Major Functions


Senior Programs

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
14%

IV. Activity Indicators

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2013/2014
Proposed

Bob Cecile Senior Center


--Number of Senior Participant Visits Made (Includes
Senior Nutrition Program Participation, field Trips,
musical Events, Etc.)

7,236

8,200

8,500

Magnarelli Community Center at McChesney Park


--Number of Senior Participant Visits Made (Includes
Senior Nutrition Program Participation, field Trips,
musical Events, Etc.)

13,196

15,400

18,000

Westside Senior Center


--Number of Senior Participant Visits Made (Includes
Senior Nutrition Program Participation, field Trips,
musical Events, Etc.)

2,367

2,600

3,000

10,214

11,000

11,100

Burnet Park Senior Arts & Crafts Program


--Number of Senior Participant Visits Made
(Programs Include Beading, Watercolor Painting,
Quilting, Sewing, Knitting & Pottery/Ceramics)

162

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS


DIVISION OF RECREATION

II. Major Functions


Public Programs/Special Events

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
6%

IV. Activity Indicators


Fall/Winter:
Treelighting/Holiday Magic in the Square
All Star Band Concerts
Festival of Lights at Burnet Park (3 Nights)
Winterfest (Operational Support at Clinton Square,
Hanover Square & Armory Square)
Breakfast with Santa
Spring/Summer:
Fishing Derby-Onondaga Park
Dancing Under the Stars Program
Number of Concerts:
Sunnycrest
Attendance per Concert (Average):
Fireworks Display at Inner Harbor
Pops in the Park (4 Concerts at Onondaga
Park)
Attendance
--Easter Egg Hunt Participants
--Memorial Day Concert @ Clinton Square
--Shakespeare In The Park/Thornden (3
performances)
--Halloween Spooktacular @ Burnet Park

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

10,000
4
4
1,000

10,000
4
4
1,000

10,000
4
3
800

450

400

420

175

100

3
500

4
500

4
600

10,000

10,000

8,000

1,000
50

1,000
50

1,000
55

300
500

500
300

400
300

2,000
1,000

3,000
1,000

3,000
1,000

163

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS


DIVISION OF RECREATION

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

Public Program/Special Events


(Continued)

Aquatics

25%

IV. Activity Indicators

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

-Clinton Square Events:


Irish Festival Attendance
NYS Rhythm & Blues Festival/Armory Sq.
Taste of Syracuse Attendance
Juneteenth Celebration Attendance
Mountain Goat Race Participants
Polish Fest
Empire Brewfest
Jazz In The Square
--La Fiesta Italiana- City Hall-

20,000
0
60,000
15,000
2,000
6,000
2,500
7,000
30,000

20,000
50,000
60,000
15,000
2,000
6,000
2,500
7,000
20,000

20,000
30,000
60,000
15,000
2,000
6,000
2,500
7,000
15,000

Winter/Spring/Fall Program:
Number of Pools (Indoor Sites)
--Open Swim, Children & Adult Lesson
--Lifeguard Training/WSI/CPR/First Aid

2
35,293
77

2
26,456
115

2
30,000
80

11
92,430
5

10
86,038
5

11
90,000
5

$18,670*
$12,000

$46,800
$6,000

$40,000
$8,000

Summer Program:
--Number of Pools (Indoor & Outdoor Sites)
--Open Swim, Lap Swim, Children & Adult
--Pre-Competitive Swim Team Program
Revenue: Lessons and Lifeguard Instruction/
WSI/CPR/FA Instruction
Revenue: Pool Rentals

*Sports log records lost when server crashed

V.
2012/2013
Actual

164

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS


DIVISION OF RECREATION

II. Major Functions


Golf Program

Adult Athletics

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
5%

1%

IV. Activity Indicators


Burnet Course:
-Total Players
-Lesson Participants
-Mixed Leagues Participants
-Annual Mayor's Jr. Tournament Participants
-Junior League Participants
-Adult League Participants
Sunnycrest Course:
-Total Players
- Lesson Participants
-Mixed League Participants
-Annual Mayor's Jr. Tournament Participants
-Annual Mayor's Sr. Tournament Participants
-Junior League Participants
-Adult League Participants
Total Revenue-Green Fees & Vending (Both
Courses)
Number of Teams
-Basketball
-Broomball
-Lacrosse
-Mens League
-Womens League
-Softball
-Volleyball
Ballfield Fees Collected From Softball Teams
Turf fees collected from teams
Rink fees collected from Broomball

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

9,017
55
38
66
24
85

9,000
85
42
62
28
78

10,000
100
40
75
70
90

5,008
1,053
65
45
75
24
32

4,835
915
70
42
75
0
32

6,500
1,200
50
75
75
60
25

$51,878

$48,096

$62,000

40
8

45
8

30
8

20
10
65
50
$3,900
$2,500
$11,705

20
10
65
50
$3,900
$3,000
$13,464

20
8
65
40
$3,900
$3,000
$8,827

165

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS


DIVISION OF RECREATION

II. Major Functions


Ice Skating

Summer Youth Recreation


Programs

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
6%

6%

IV. Activity Indicators


Ice Skating Rinks (Meachem, Sunnycrest, Clinton
Square)
Rink Attendance (Meachem & Sunnycrest, Clinton
Square)
In-Line Skating:
Learn to Skate Program Participants
Valley Youth Hockey (# of Participants)
City Skate Program
Syracuse Speed Skating Club (# Participants)
Ice Rentals (# of Groups)
Revenue from Ice Rental/In-Line Skate Leagues
Revenue from User Fee/Skate Sharpening

Parks & Playgrounds Participation


-Mobile Units:
-Arts & Crafts
--Salt City Games
--Adventure In The Park Program
Summer Youth Leagues Program:
-A.C.T.I.O.N. Basketball Jr. League (13-15)
-A.C.T.I.O.N. Basketball League (Boys 16-18)
-A.C.T.I.O.N. Girls 16-18 Team League
-Revenue Generated (A.C.T.I.O.N. League &
Boys Varsity Team Participant Fees)
Summer Night Recreation Programs
McKinley-Brighton Elementary School (4 weeks)
Hamilton Street Club
Shonnard Street Club
Fayette Street Club

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

72,636
280
550
50
26
$87,353
$155,815

72,059
280
1,200
56
28
$111,581
$174,755

75,000
300
1,000
56
31
$95,000
$185,000

1,326
586
1,224

2,229
573
2,101

1,500
600
1,500

80
200
60

80
200
60

100
200
60

$10,591

$10,715

$11,000

1,217
529
962
800

1,178
447
2,262
1,000

1,200
600
2,000
#s
included
in East
side #s

166

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS


DIVISION OF RECREATION

II. Major Functions


Summer Youth Programs
(Continued)

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators


Summer Camp Program (one week sessions unless
otherwise noted)
-Arts and Crafts
-Baseball/Softball
-Basketball
-Robotics
-Police & Fire
-Multi Sport Camp
- Outdoor Adventure (No longer a camp individual
sessions
-Science Camp/M.O.S.T.
-Science Camp/SUNY Environmental Science
& Forestry (2 Weeks)
-Soccer
-Tennis (5 weeks)
-Track & Field
-Zoo
-Summer Stage (performing)
-Golf Clinic
-Music/Rock Camp
-Revenue Generated

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

10
N/A
90
25
30
76
0

12
120
90
34
29
81
0

20
120
90
30
30
80
0

48

49

50

43
91
83
60
32
N/A
N/A
N/A
$23,645

53
87
82
60
32
26
46
N/A
$26,805

50
90
100
50
30
25
50
20
$30,000

167

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS


DIVISION OF RECREATION
01.71400

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
102
Wages
103
Temporary Services
104
Overtime
106
Car Allowance
107
Night Shift Differential
110
Uniform Allowance
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
401
Motor Equipment Operating Supplies
402
Motor Equipment Repair Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage & Freight
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$1,092,264
$51,448
$1,208,107
$25,668
$14,899
$1,121
$0

$1,214,523
$114,816
$1,400,524
$30,000
$17,600
$1,463
$175

$1,156,965
$58,000
$1,250,000
$20,000
$15,600
$1,200
$0

$1,259,050
$240,000
$1,495,000
$30,000
$22,000
$1,463
$175

$2,393,507

$2,779,101

$2,501,765

$3,047,688

$16,015
$5,997
$86,831
$0
$558,086
$2,827
$0

$20,000
$15,000
$94,500
$200
$648,685
$1,200
$200

$19,500
$14,000
$86,000
$0
$481,983
$1,200
$0

$20,000
$15,000
$90,500
$200
$546,660
$1,200
$200

$669,756

$779,785

$602,683

$673,760

$3,063,263

$3,558,886

$3,104,448

$3,721,448

168

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DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS
DIVISION OF RECREATION
01.71400

Position
Public Information Officer
Administrative Officer
Recreation Program Director
Aquatic Director
Aquatic Supervisor
Recreation Supervisor (Arts & Crafts)
Senior Citizen Coordinator
Special Events Coordinator
Recreation Supervisor I
Golfing Program Director
Recreation Activity Specialist
Audio-Visual Aide
Recreation Leader
Recreation Aide

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

16E
14E
15
13
10
10
10
10
9
9
7
7
6
RA-01

$47,675-$64,707
$40,356-$52,707
$51,438-$59,231
$45,100-$52,768
$36,939-$43,761
$36,939-$43,761
$36,939-$43,761
$36,939-$43,761
$34,558-$40,615
$34,558-$40,615
$30,327-$36,315
$30,327-$36,315
$28,516-$33,770
$20,906-$27,887

1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
11
14

1
1
2
1
1
1
0
1
2
1
1
1
11
14

39

38

0
2
0
2
0

2
0
2
0
5

Subtotal

GRAND TOTAL

43

47

Subtotal

Swimming Facility Manager


Swimming Facility Manager
Assistant Swimming Manager
Assistant Swimming Manager
Lifeguard III

FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT

$16.00
$15.85
$14.00
$11.75
$11.00

169

TEMPORARY PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS
DIVISION OF RECREATION
01.71400

Position
Temporary Employees
Aquatic Program
Seasonal Aide/Pool Supervisor
Seasonal Aide/Pool Supervisor
Swimming Facility Manager II
Swimming Facility Manager I
Assistant Swimming Facility Manager II
Assistant Swimming Facility Manager II
Assistant Swimming Facility Manager I
Assistant Swimming Facility Manager I
Lifeguard III
Lifeguard III
Lifeguard II
Lifeguard II
Lifeguard I
Lifeguard I
Lifeguard
Lifeguard

Grade

FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Rate

$15.00
$13.00
$11.25
$10.25
$10.25
$10.50
$10.25
$ 8.75
$ 8.75
$ 8.25
$8.50-$8.75
$ 8.50
$8.15-$8.75
$ 8.15
$ 8.00
$ 7.60
Subtotal

Summer Pool Aides and Pool Monitors


Summer Aide
Summer Aide

FLAT
FLAT

$ 8.00
$ 7.35
Subtotal

Senior Centers
Seasonal Aide

FLAT

$10.00
Subtotal

1
1
6
3
15
0
2
2
38
0
0
44
0
40
0
3

3
2
0
3
10
0
3
0
67
0
5
80
5
35
3
0

155

216

0
45

55
0

45

55

170

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DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS
DIVISION OF RECREATION
01.71400
Position
Summer Pool Night Security
Summer Aide
Summer Aide
Summer Aide
Summer Aide

Grades

FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Rate

$20.00
$15.00
$10.00
$ 8.00
Subtotal

School Year Youth Program


Seasonal Aide
Seasonal Aide
Seasonal Aide
Seasonal Aide
Seasonal Aide
Seasonal Aide
Seasonal Aide
Seasonal Aide

FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT

$12.00
$11.00
$10.00
$ 9.00
$8.00-$ 8.75
$ 8.50
$ 8.25
$ 8.00
Subtotal

Ice Skating
Skating Facility Manager
Skating Facility Manager
Skating Facility Manager
Assistant Skating Facility Manager
Seasonal Aide
Seasonal Aide
Seasonal Aide
Seasonal Aide
Seasonal Aide

FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT

$15.00
$12.50
$10.50
$ 9.50
$ 8.50
$ 8.25
$ 8.00-$8.75
$ 7.45-$8.00
$ 7.25- $8.00
Subtotal

1
8
2
14

0
0
3
24

25

27

4
3
20
1
0
3
1
9

3
3
22
1
12
0
0
0

41

41

1
1
3
2
6
2
0
6
32

2
2
5
8
0
0
42
0
0

53

59

171

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DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS
DIVISION OF RECREATION
01.71400

Position

Golf Courses
Summer Aide
Summer Aide
Summer Aide
Summer Aide
Summer Aide
Summer Aide

Hours

FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Rate

$ 9.25
$ 8.75
$ 8.50
$ 8.25
$ 8.00-$8.75
$ 7.25-$8.00

2
4
1
4
0
12

2
4
0
0
22
0

Subtotal

23

28

Special Events
Seasonal Aide
Seasonal Aide
Seasonal Aide
Seasonal Aide
Seasonal Aide

FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT

$10.35
$10.25
$9.00
$ 8.00-$8.75
$ 7.25-$ 8.00
Subtotal

1
1
0
0
17
19

1
2
2
17
0
22

Summer Playgrounds
Summer Aide
Summer Aide
Summer Aide
Summer Aide
Summer Aide
Summer Aide
Summer Aide
Summer Aide
Summer Aide

FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT

$12.00
S11.00
$10.75
$10.00
$ 9.00
$ 8.50
$ 8.25
$ 8.00
$ 7.25-$8.00

6
0
7
18
0
26
0
0
20

6
1
0
21
1
26
1
21
0

77

77

Subtotal

172

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DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS
DIVISION OF RECREATION
01.71400

Position
Summer Camps
Camp Director
Assistant Director I
Assistant Director II
Assistant Director II (1/2 day)
Bus Monitor/Counselor
Head Counselor
Counselor II
Counselor II
Counselor II (1/2 day)
Counselor II (1/2 day)
Counselor I
Counselor I
Counselor I

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT

$ 900.00
$ 680.00
$ 520.00
$ 325.00
$ 480.00
$ 345.00
$ 293.25
$ 276.00
$136.00
$ 128.00
$ 310.50
$ 276.00
$ 144.00
Subtotal

4
3
10
5
32
30
0
54
0
10
46
5
10

3
4
9
5
32
28
48
0
10
10
0
60
0

209

209

173

TEMPORARY PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS
DIVISION OF RECREATION
01.71400

Position

Summer Leagues
Director/Donnie Fielder Tourney
Director Boys Varsity
Director Boys Jr. Varsity
Director Girls Varsity
Site Coordinator
Coach
Score Keeper
Score Keeper
Score Keeper

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT

$1,020.00
$1,500.00
$1,050.00
$900.00
$1,000.00
$150.00
$807.50
$408.00
$382.50

1
1
1
1
2
18
2
2
6

1
1
1
1
2
18
2
2
6

Subtotal

34

34

GRAND TOTAL

684

771

174

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS


DOG CONTROL DIVISION

I.

Program Responsibilities:

The Dog Control Division is charged with administering the City Dog Control Ordinance. The Division is
responsible for patrolling over 400 miles of City streets. The staff is responsible 7 days a week and 24 hours a
day, to perform services such as: answering complaints concerning unleashed dogs, unlicensed dogs, injured
dogs, and injured and sick cats. All dogs and cats picked up are impounded. The owners of dogs that can
produce a license are able to redeem their pets by means of a release through the Dog Control Office. Along with
thousands of complaints answered each year, the Dog Control Division is also responsible for keeping accurate
records of all complaints and dispositions. Dog Control is also responsible for issuing appearance tickets to all
violators of Article 7 of the Agriculture and Markets Law, and the Division must also represent the City in court on
behalf of Dog Control.

II. Major Functions


Dog Control

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
100%

IV. Activity Indicators


Complaints Taken
Complaints Answered
Money Collected From Seizure Fees
Number of Tickets Issued
Number of Tickets/Fines Paid
Animals Impounded:
Dogs
Cats

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

3,254
3,020
$7,324
436
1,425

3,422
3,676
$5,665
200
1,222

5,100
4,010
$7,100
380
2,100

958
27

751
31

1,000
60

175

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION & YOUTH PROGRAMS


DOG CONTROL DIVISION
01.35100

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
104
Overtime
110
Uniform Allowance
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
401
Motor Equipment Operating Supplies
402
Motor Equipment Repair Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$279,834
$5,036
$175

$295,293
$7,000
$175

$275,468
$6,000
$175

$309,262
$7,000
$175

$285,045

$302,468

$281,643

$316,437

$22,026
$2,049
$2,857
$2,978
$86,409
$0

$25,000
$5,000
$3,450
$4,000
$105,664
$800

$18,382
$3,200
$2,400
$4,000
$87,000
$0

$25,000
$5,000
$3,500
$4,000
$105,664
$1,100

$116,319

$143,914

$114,982

$144,264

$401,364

$446,382

$396,625

$460,701

176

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS
DOG CONTROL DIVISION
01.35100

Position
Dog Control Supervisor
Dog Control Officer
Complaint Clerk/Dispatcher

Grade

Rate

13M
8
6

$40,418-$52,898
$32,249-$38,273
$28,516-$33,770
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1
5
1

1
5
1

SPECIAL OBJECTS OF EXPENSE

179

SPECIAL OBJECTS OF EXPENSE

2012/2013
Actual
01.13260
01.13560
01.13620
01.14310
01.16700
01.19100
01.19200
01.19300
01.19306
01.19307
01.19310
01.19320
01.19500
01.19600
01.19890
01.19891
01.19892
01.19893
01.19897
01.19898
01.36220
01.74500
01.75500
01.75505
01.75850
01.75860
01.75905
01.75910
01.75911

Fiscal Services
Board of Assessment Review
Printing & Advertising
Labor Relations Expense
Postage
Unallocated Insurance
Conference & Association Dues
Judgements and Claims
Summer Employment for At-Risk Youth
Trauma Response
Tax Certiorari
Prior Year's Special Assessment Refund
City Share of Local Assessments
City Share of Tax Deeds
External Auditors
Financial Management System
Special Audit Services
GASB 45 Actuarial Valuation
JSCB Expenses
Greater Syracuse Property Development Corporation
Code Enforcement Demolition
Onondaga Historical Association
Miscellaneous Celebrations
Downtown Senior Center Seed Fund
Urban Cultural Parks Expenses
Internet and Networking Services
Arts Acquisition Conservation Fund
University Neighborhood Grant Fund
Downtown District Matching

$451,244
$8,061
$262,683
$32,350
$264,393
$24,605
$40,225
$709,478
$58,849
$159,801
$7,122
$0
$367,741
$305,401
$125,728
$140,354
$76,024
$19,000
$8,026
$0
$440,087
$20,000
$27,981
$0
$45,000
$177,469
$1,680
$365,746
$10,000

2013/2014
Authorized
$250,000
$12,500
$216,297
$80,000
$265,000
$30,000
$43,000
$1,000,000
$60,000
$200,000
$80,000
$3,000
$350,000
$325,000
$140,000
$151,000
$60,000
$4,500
$10,000
$1,500,000
$500,000
$20,000
$35,000
$250,000
$45,000
$643,600
$10,000
$398,525
$10,000

2013/2014
Projected
$450,000
$10,500
$265,000
$80,000
$275,000
$26,000
$43,000
$8,777,000
$60,000
$200,000
$80,000
$1,000
$350,000
$325,000
$140,000
$141,000
$60,000
$4,500
$8,825
$1,500,000
$620,000
$20,000
$30,000
$0
$45,000
$600,000
$10,000
$398,525
$10,000

2014/2015
Proposed
$450,000
$12,000
$265,000
$90,000
$280,000
$50,000
$43,000
$1,000,000
$60,000
$200,000
$80,000
$3,000
$350,000
$325,000
$145,000
$142,200
$60,000
$19,000
$10,000
$1,500,000
$500,000
$20,000
$35,000
$0
$45,000
$440,600
$10,000
$405,500
$10,000

180

SPECIAL OBJECTS OF EXPENSE

01.75912
01.75940
01.75944
01.75945
01.75950
01.75960
01.80100
01.89930
01.90050
01.90100
01.90150
01.90300
01.90400
01.90410
01.90420
01.90421
01.90431
01.90430
01.90500
01.90600

01.90700
01.90858
01.97707
01.99999
TOTAL:

Crouse Marshall Matching


Literacy Coalition
Leadership Syracuse
TNT
Payments to Say Yes to Education Foundation
Mandated Drug Testing
Neighborhood Watch Groups of Syracuse
Board of Zoning Appeals
Veterans' Post Rents
Allowance for Negotiations
Employee Retirement System
Police & Fire Retirement System
Social Security
Workers' Compensation
Personal Injury Protection
Police 207-C Expenses
Legal Costs 207
Legal Costs 207A
Fire 207-A Expenses
Unemployment Insurance
Hospital, Medical & Surgical Insurance:
--Active Employees
--Retirees
Employee Assistance Program
Supplemental Benefit Payment
Revenue Anticipation Notes-Interest
Interfund Transfer - City School District

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$4,546
$0
$20,000
$20,823
$1,750,000
$10,598
$47,452
$6,720
$120
$193,989
$5,593,147
$18,918,181
$6,877,820
$2,806,744
$2,674
$704,510
$181,277
$11,294
$156,641
$226,364

$12,500
$0
$20,000
$40,000
$1,500,000
$14,000
$70,000
$6,500
$200
$0
$6,430,278
$23,006,320
$7,328,994
$3,500,989
$10,000
$675,000
$200,000
$15,000
$180,000
$350,000

$12,500
$0
$20,000
$40,000
$1,500,000
$14,000
$70,000
$6,500
$200
($193,989)
$5,920,807
$19,201,500
$7,315,925
$3,400,000
$5,000
$715,000
$75,000
$0
$75,000
$225,000

$12,500
$50,000
$20,000
$40,000
$1,000,000
$14,000
$40,000
$7,500
$200
$0
$5,867,400
$19,557,500
$7,500,000
$3,400,000
$20,000
$700,000
$100,000
$15,000
$180,000
$200,000

$17,271,784
$21,343,122
$31,500
$387,966
$282,900
$0

$18,465,129
$23,503,210
$43,000
$445,000
$325,000
$144,000

$18,010,346
$22,128,617
$40,000
$415,150
$115,000
$143,478

$20,288,500
$23,703,300
$40,000
$405,000
$250,000
$310,679

$80,999,220

$92,977,542

$93,785,384

$90,271,879

DEBT SERVICE AND CAPITAL APPROPRIATIONS

183

CAPITAL APPROPRIATIONS AND TRANSFER FOR DEBT SERVICE

2012/2013
Actual

01.99999

01.99999

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

Transfer to Capital Projects Fund


Cash Capital Appropriations
Less: Reserve for Cash Capital Purposes
For Cash Capital Appropriations
Bond Anticipation Notes - Principal and Interest

$3,790,046
$0
$3,790,046
$0

$3,854,395
$0
$3,854,395
$0

$3,854,395
$0
$3,854,395
$0

$3,720,250
$0
$3,720,250
$0

TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS TRANSFER

$3,790,046

$3,854,395

$3,854,395

$3,720,250

$18,155,543
$0
($800,000)

$17,496,275
$0
($500,000)

$17,313,430
$0
($500,000)

$20,168,126
$0
($1,000,000)

$17,355,543

$16,996,275

$16,813,430

$19,168,126

$21,145,589

$20,850,670

$20,667,825

$22,888,376

$331,840

$331,270

$331,270

$330,623

Transfer to Debt Service Fund


Serial Bonds - Principal and Interest
Less: Use of Interest Earned
Less: Reserve for Bonded Debt
TOTAL DEBT SERVICE TRANSFER

GRAND TOTAL CAPITAL AND DEBT SERVICE

1% Added Pursuant to Law:

184

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS

SERIAL BONDS - PRINCIPAL


SERIAL BONDS - INTEREST
BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES - PRINCIPAL
BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES - INTEREST
LESS: USE OF INTEREST EARNED
LESS: RESERVE FOR BONDED DEBT
TOTAL DEBT SERVICE:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

$13,991,685
$4,163,858
$0
$0
$0
($800,000)

$13,512,159
$3,984,116
$0
$0
$0
($500,000)

$13,512,159
$3,801,271
$0
$0
$0
($500,000)

$16,502,132
$3,665,994
$0
$0
$0
($1,000,000)

$17,355,543

$16,996,275

$16,813,430

$19,168,126

185

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
11.97106

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

235

Washington Street Garage-Conversion to Fixed Rate

$880,000

$900,000

$900,000

$915,000

275

1995/96 Traffic Signal Interconnect


Walton Street Bridge Improvements
Fire Station Rehabilitation
1997 Fire Apparatus Replacement
2000 Fire Apparatus Replacement
1999 Fire Station Rehabilitation
Hotel Syracuse Parking Garage
Parking Facility Lighting
Salt Storage Shed Construction
2000 Creek Walk Construction Phase IV
Kirkpatrick/Solar Street Improvements
2000 Unimproved Street Overlay
2000/01 Road Construction
Sunnycrest Park Track Improvements
2000 City Sidewalk Improvements
2000 Settled Claim
2000 Public Park Improvements
2001 Public Improvements

$11,330
$45,320
$101,970
$11,330
$67,980
$37,389
$42,487
$56,650
$16,995
$101,290
$35,689
$42,487
$304,210
$14,162
$22,660
$49,285
$202,806
$90,640

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

186

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
11.97106

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

300

Washington Street Garage


Harrison Street Garage-Phase III

$445,000
$65,000

$450,000
$0

$450,000
$0

$450,000
$0

320

Walton Street Bridge


Fire Apparatus Replacement-2003
Fire Apparatus Replacement-2003
Public Infrastructure Improvements
Clinton Square Traffic Improvements
City-Owned Sidewalks
Road Reconstruction-2002
2002 Unimproved Street Overlay
Traffic Signal Program
City-Owned Building Improvements-2001/02
Parking Garage Rehabilitation-2001
Parking Garage Rehabilitation-2003
Forman Park Improvements
Lakefront Transportation Study
Fineview Place Bridge
W. Seneca Street Bridge
Retaining Walls

$90,757
$8,495
$15,221
$117,517
$141,594
$14,159
$389,364
$33,415
$28,317
$21,238
$24,778
$25,132
$14,159
$105,263
$14,159
$21,238
$36,812

$94,387
$8,835
$15,829
$122,218
$147,258
$14,725
$404,939
$34,751
$29,450
$22,088
$25,769
$26,137
$14,725
$109,473
$14,725
$22,088
$38,285

$94,387
$8,835
$15,829
$122,218
$147,258
$14,725
$404,939
$34,751
$29,450
$22,088
$25,769
$26,137
$14,725
$109,473
$14,725
$22,088
$38,285

$98,018
$9,175
$16,438
$126,919
$152,922
$15,291
$420,513
$36,088
$30,583
$22,937
$26,760
$27,142
$15,291
$113,684
$15,291
$22,937
$39,758

187

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
11.97106

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

330

Fire Station Repairs


First Response Vehicles
Southwest Community Center
Wilson Community Center
Temple Street Bridge
Erie Blvd. West Street Bridge
Traffic Indicator Replacement
2003 Unimproved Street Overlay
2003/04 City Owned Sidewalks
Road Reconstruction-2004
Traffic Signals/Intersections
Parking Meter Replacement
Single Indicator Traffic Signals
City-wide Traffic Signals
DPW Facility Improvements

$38,545
$6,472
$44,945
$34,158
$5,393
$71,912
$50,339
$14,382
$21,574
$399,113
$32,361
$19,057
$2,876
$3,596
$11,326

$40,628
$6,822
$47,375
$36,005
$5,685
$75,799
$53,060
$15,160
$22,740
$420,687
$34,110
$20,087
$3,032
$3,790
$11,938

$40,628
$6,822
$47,375
$36,005
$5,685
$75,799
$53,060
$15,160
$22,740
$420,687
$34,110
$20,087
$3,032
$3,790
$11,938

$41,670
$6,997
$48,589
$36,928
$5,831
$77,743
$54,420
$15,549
$23,323
$431,473
$34,984
$20,602
$3,110
$3,887
$12,245

355

Street Lighting
2004 Unimproved Street Overlay
Parking Meter Replacement
Parking Meter Replacement Phase II
City Hall Energy Improvements
Road Reconstruction-2005
2004/05 City -Owned Sidewalks
Traffic Sign Rehabilitation Phase II

$37,512
$25,508
$22,038
$46,890
$56,268
$520,480
$32,823
$4,689

$39,448
$26,825
$23,176
$49,310
$59,172
$547,344
$34,517
$4,931

$39,448
$26,825
$23,176
$49,310
$59,172
$547,344
$34,517
$4,931

$40,900
$27,812
$24,029
$51,125
$61,350
$567,492
$35,788
$5,113

360

City Employee Retirement System


Police/Fire Retirement System

$175,688
$625,449

$184,935
$658,368

$184,935
$658,368

$194,182
$691,286

188

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
11.97106

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

370

First Response Vehicles


2005 Unimproved Street Overlay
Single Indicator Traffic Signals
Traffic Signal Loop
Central Business District Sidewalks
City Hall Energy Improvements
City-Owned Building Improvements-2004/05
Traffic Signal Interconnect/W. Genesee and Geddes
Traffic Signal Interconnect/N. Salina and Lodi
Road Reconstruction-2006
2006 Unimproved Street Overlay

$2,293
$18,292
$7,317
$6,097
$7,317
$33,560
$14,585
$39,023
$2,439
$246,335
$29,267

$2,424
$19,337
$7,735
$6,446
$7,735
$35,478
$15,418
$41,253
$2,578
$260,411
$30,940

$2,424
$19,337
$7,735
$6,446
$7,735
$35,478
$15,418
$41,253
$2,578
$260,411
$30,940

$2,489
$19,860
$7,944
$6,620
$7,944
$36,437
$15,835
$42,368
$2,648
$267,449
$31,776

375

Road Reconstruction-1994/1995
Fuel Facility
Road Reconstruction-1995
Fire Apparatus Replacement-1994
South Avenue Bridges
Harrison Street Traffic Operations
Fire Station 6 Replacement
Tax Certiorari Refunds-1995
Tax Certiorari Refunds-1996
Road Reconstruction-1996
Road Reconstruction-1997
Burnet Park Ice Rink
West Genesee Street Bridge Rehabilitation
MONY Parking Garage-Non-Taxable
Onondaga Tower Garage Renovations
Downtown Vaults

$110,326
$28,640
$112,900
$27,394
$44,828
$17,017
$208,366
$8,043
$13,375
$22,414
$215,837
$37,356
$3,321
$415,072
$290,551
$24,904

$114,042
$29,605
$116,703
$28,317
$46,338
$17,591
$215,385
$8,315
$13,825
$23,169
$223,109
$38,614
$3,433
$429,055
$300,338
$25,743

$114,042
$29,605
$116,703
$28,317
$46,338
$17,591
$215,385
$8,315
$13,825
$23,169
$223,109
$38,614
$3,433
$429,055
$300,338
$25,743

$118,737
$30,824
$121,507
$29,484
$48,246
$18,316
$224,252
$8,658
$14,394
$24,123
$232,293
$40,204
$3,574
$446,717
$312,703
$26,803

189

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
11.97106

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

380

Kirk Park Improvements


Castle/State Streets Parks
Lewis Park Water Playscape
Parks Facility Improvements
Fire Apparatus
Walton Street Bridge Improvements
Fire Station Repairs
1997/2000 City Buildings-Salt Dome
Unimproved Streets Overlay
1999/2000 Road Reconstruction
1999/2000 Traffic Signal Improvements
1999/2000 Fire Vehicles
101 Chester Street Phase II
1999/2000 DPW Vehicles
1995/96 Traffic Signal Interconnect
Police Facility
1998/99 Kirkpatrick/Solar Streets
1998/99 Creek Walk Phases I-IV

$13,936
$8,981
$3,304
$7,226
$79,486
$24,398
$48,795
$48,795
$24,398
$243,976
$24,398
$50,423
$6,099
$91,898
$89,458
$103,690
$24,398
$24,398

$14,392
$9,275
$3,411
$7,462
$82,087
$25,196
$50,392
$50,392
$25,196
$251,961
$25,196
$52,072
$6,299
$94,905
$92,386
$107,084
$25,196
$25,196

$14,392
$9,275
$3,411
$7,462
$82,087
$25,196
$50,392
$50,392
$25,196
$251,961
$25,196
$52,072
$6,299
$94,905
$92,386
$107,084
$25,196
$25,196

$14,544
$9,373
$3,447
$7,541
$82,954
$25,462
$50,925
$50,925
$25,462
$254,623
$25,462
$52,622
$6,366
$95,908
$93,362
$108,215
$25,462
$25,462

395

Pension Obligation

$425,000

$445,000

$445,000

$455,000

190

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
11.97106

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


405

Fire Apparatus Replacement-2004


Fire Station #5
Aerial Tower Truck
First Response Vehicle
Police Vehicles
Southwest Community Center
Kirk Park Playground
Parking Meter Replacement Phase III
Parking Meter Replacement Phase IV
South Salina Streetscape
Street Lighting Improvements
City Signs Phase III
DPW Facility Improvement
North Salina Streetscape
Central Business District II
05/06 City-Owned Sidewalks
Eastwood Streetscape
East Genesee Streetscape
Traffic Signal Loop
Road Reconstruction-2007
2006/07 City-Owned Sidewalks
2007 Unimproved Streets Overlay
Parking Garage Rehabilitation-2004
Fayette Parking Garage
MONY Garage-Taxable

2012/2013
Actual
$40,054
$9,012
$29,440
$1,883
$40,054
$17,023
$6,008
$20,027
$8,011
$10,014
$16,022
$2,003
$8,011
$30,041
$6,008
$14,019
$14,019
$29,039
$5,007
$146,198
$7,009
$8,011
$13,018
$14,019
$35,914

2013/2014
Authorized
$41,031
$9,232
$30,158
$1,928
$41,031
$17,438
$6,155
$20,516
$8,206
$10,258
$16,412
$2,052
$8,206
$30,773
$6,155
$14,361
$14,361
$29,748
$5,129
$149,763
$7,180
$8,206
$13,335
$14,361
$36,790

2013/2014
Projected
$41,031
$9,232
$30,158
$1,928
$41,031
$17,438
$6,155
$20,516
$8,206
$10,258
$16,412
$2,052
$8,206
$30,773
$6,155
$14,361
$14,361
$29,748
$5,129
$149,763
$7,180
$8,206
$13,335
$14,361
$36,790

2014/2015
Budget
$42,985
$9,672
$31,594
$2,020
$42,985
$18,269
$6,448
$21,492
$8,597
$10,746
$17,194
$2,149
$8,597
$32,239
$6,448
$15,045
$15,045
$31,164
$5,373
$156,895
$7,522
$8,597
$13,970
$15,045
$38,542

191

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
11.97106

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

415

Fire Apparatus Replacement-2006


City Hall Energy Improvements
DPW Road/Parking Areas
Traffic Signals/Intersections
Asphalt Plant
City-Owned Building Improvements-2005/06
City Hall Roof
Traffic Sign Rehabilitation Phase IV
Road Reconstruction-2008
West Fayette Bridge Design
Dorwin Ave. Bridge Design
Butternut Corridor Streetscape
Beech Street Retaining Wall
South Salina Gateway Corridor

$29,395
$3,919
$5,599
$16,797
$139,978
$16,797
$19,597
$2,800
$223,964
$8,175
$11,534
$25,196
$16,797
$11,198

$32,068
$4,276
$6,108
$18,324
$152,703
$18,324
$21,378
$3,054
$244,325
$8,918
$12,583
$27,487
$18,324
$12,216

$32,068
$4,276
$6,108
$18,324
$152,703
$18,324
$21,378
$3,054
$244,325
$8,918
$12,583
$27,487
$18,324
$12,216

$33,404
$4,454
$6,363
$19,088
$159,065
$19,088
$22,269
$3,181
$254,505
$9,289
$13,107
$28,632
$19,088
$12,725

425

Retaining Walls
Asphalt Plant
2007/08 City-Owned Sidewalks
2008 Unimproved Streets Overlay
Geddes Streetscape Phase I
Road Reconstruction-2008
DPW Energy Retrofit

$22,649
$84,932
$9,909
$11,324
$22,649
$226,485
$8,810

$23,781
$89,179
$10,404
$11,890
$23,781
$237,809
$9,251

$23,781
$89,179
$10,404
$11,890
$23,781
$237,809
$9,251

$24,913
$93,425
$10,900
$12,457
$24,913
$249,134
$9,691

192

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
11.97106

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


430

Parking Garage Rehabilitation-2005


101 Chester St.
Sunnycrest Ice Rink
Street Lighting Improvements-2006/07
Traffic Signal Loop
Central Business District Sidewalks
S. Geddes Streetscape Phase I
Retaining Walls
AXA Towers Design
Butternut Corridor Streetscape Phase II
Fire Station Repairs
Fire Apparatus Replacement-2007
Homer Wheaton Park
Traffic Sign Rehabilitation Phase V
Symphony Square Design
AXA Towers Renovation
Ward Bakery Site
2008/09 City-Owned Sidewalks
Belge Settlement
2008/09 Police Capital Equipment
2008/09 DPW Capital Equipment
2008/09 Parks Capital Equipment
2008/09 Engineering Capital Equipment
Road Reconstruction-2009

2012/2013
Actual
$23,361
$3,594
$21,564
$17,970
$4,672
$5,391
$5,269
$43,128
$2,365
$25,158
$8,266
$46,578
$3,594
$3,594
$10,796
$26,387
$3,594
$12,579
$53,910
$52,005
$33,424
$18,114
$6,325
$359,397

2013/2014
Authorized
$24,500
$3,769
$22,616
$18,846
$4,900
$5,654
$5,526
$45,231
$2,480
$26,385
$8,669
$48,850
$3,769
$3,769
$11,323
$27,674
$3,769
$13,193
$56,539
$54,542
$35,054
$18,997
$6,634
$376,928

2013/2014
Projected
$24,500
$3,769
$22,616
$18,846
$4,900
$5,654
$5,526
$45,231
$2,480
$26,385
$8,669
$48,850
$3,769
$3,769
$11,323
$27,674
$3,769
$13,193
$56,539
$54,542
$35,054
$18,997
$6,634
$376,928

2014/2015
Budget
$25,640
$3,945
$23,668
$19,723
$5,128
$5,917
$5,783
$47,335
$2,596
$27,612
$9,073
$51,122
$3,945
$3,945
$11,850
$28,961
$3,945
$13,806
$59,169
$57,078
$36,685
$19,881
$6,943
$394,460

193

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
11.97106

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

435

2009/10 Police Capital Equipment


2009/10 Parks Capital Equipment
2007/08 Parking Garage Rehab
Culvert/Drainage Improvements
Minor Bridge Repair
Culvert/Drainage Improvements
2009/10 DPW Vehicles
Traffic Signal Upgrade Design
2010/11 Road Recon-TIP
2010/11 Road Recon
Street Lighting Improvements-2007/08
Sibley's Garage Study
2009/10 Fire Vehicles
Fire Apparatus Replacement-2009
2010 Settled Claim

$54,468
$20,003
$11,152
$1,742
$1,742
$8,712
$37,776
$7,736
$69,697
$139,394
$20,909
$37,428
$8,433
$107,473
$209,091

$56,563
$20,772
$11,580
$1,809
$1,809
$9,047
$39,229
$8,034
$72,378
$144,755
$21,713
$38,867
$8,758
$111,607
$217,133

$56,563
$20,772
$11,580
$1,809
$1,809
$9,047
$39,229
$8,034
$72,378
$144,755
$21,713
$38,867
$8,758
$111,607
$217,133

$58,658
$21,542
$12,009
$1,876
$1,876
$9,382
$40,682
$8,331
$75,058
$150,117
$22,518
$40,306
$9,082
$115,740
$225,175

450

Fire Station Repairs


1997/98 City-Owned Sidewalk Improvements
1998/99 Street Reconstruction
Traffic Signal Interconnect
1998/99 City-Owned Sidewalk Improvements
1998/99 Kirkpatrick/Solar Streets
Valley Pool Improvements
Park Improvements

$52,720
$28,782
$207,712
$44,229
$38,376
$33,963
$47,970
$32,620

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

194

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
11.97106

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

455

Hiawatha Boulevard
Construction of Salt Shed
MONY Garage
Public Infrastructure
Unimproved Streets Overlay
City-Owned Sidewalks
2001/02 Street Construction
Fire Station Repairs
Fire Apparatus
First Response Vehicle
DPW Equipment
Parking Lot #3 Improvements
2001/02 DPW Building Improvements
Environmental Investigation 2176 Erie Blvd.
Environmental Investigation 1410 Erie Blvd.

$35,130
$13,284
$36,901
$73,802
$33,211
$14,761
$418,826
$7,749
$95,352
$8,856
$78,894
$11,070
$14,760
$11,218
$12,325

$37,375
$14,134
$39,260
$78,520
$35,334
$15,704
$445,600
$8,245
$101,447
$9,422
$83,938
$11,778
$15,704
$11,935
$13,113

$37,375
$14,134
$39,260
$78,520
$35,334
$15,704
$445,600
$8,245
$101,447
$9,422
$83,938
$11,778
$15,704
$11,935
$13,113

$38,979
$14,740
$40,945
$81,890
$36,850
$16,378
$464,725
$8,599
$105,801
$9,827
$87,540
$12,284
$16,378
$12,447
$13,676

460

2010/11 Police Capital Equipment


2010/11 DPW Capital Equipment
Erie Blvd. Bridge over RR Spur
2010/11 Engineering Capital Equipment
2010/11 Fire Vehicles
Fire Apparatus
Sutton Settlement

$20,013
$61,608
$10,791
$6,259
$6,200
$22,563
$156,963

$20,405
$62,816
$11,003
$6,382
$6,322
$23,006
$160,041

$20,405
$62,816
$11,003
$6,382
$6,322
$23,006
$160,041

$20,667
$63,621
$11,144
$6,463
$6,403
$23,301
$162,093

195

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
11.97106

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

475

2011/12 Park Facility


Onondaga Park Firebarn
Skiddy/Kirk Park
2011/12 DPW Facility
2011/12 DPW Vehicles
2006/07 DPW Parking Area Ph. II
2011/12 Road Recon
2012/13 Road Recon
Haz-Mat Vehicle
Lee Settlement
Lore Settlement

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$35,000
$14,000
$15,000
$60,000
$172,000
$3,975
$115,000
$172,000
$9,000
$121,000
$84,000

$35,000
$14,000
$15,000
$60,000
$172,000
$3,975
$115,000
$172,000
$9,000
$121,000
$84,000

$44,000
$15,000
$19,000
$75,000
$215,000
$4,000
$123,000
$184,000
$9,000
$151,000
$105,000

480

2011/12 Parks Capital Equipment


2012/13 Park Facility
Skiddy/Kirk Park
Parks Green Infrastructure
2011/12 DPW Facility
2006/07 Minor Bridge Repair
2007/08 Minor Bridge Repair
2011/12 DPW Vehicles
2012/13 DPW Vehicles
DPW Road/Parking Areas Phase II
City Hall Commons Elevator
Animal Control Software
Tax Billing Software
University Ave./SU Corridor Constr.
2011/12 Fire Apparatus
2013/14 Road Recon

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$39,000
$60,000
$10,000
$40,000
$61,980
$10,000
$6,000
$44,000
$180,000
$7,020
$45,000
$11,400
$12,600
$29,000
$35,000
$172,000

490

American Underground Settlement

$0

$0

$0

$1,655,000

$13,991,685

$13,512,159

$13,512,159

$16,502,132

TOTAL:

196

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
11.97107

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


235

Washington Street Garage-Conversion to Fixed Rate

275

1995/96 Traffic Signal Interconnect


Walton Street Bridge Improvements
Fire Station Rehabilitation
1997 Fire Apparatus Replacement
2000 Fire Apparatus Replacement
1999 Fire Station Rehabilitation
Hotel Syracuse Parking Garage
Parking Facility Lighting
Salt Storage Shed Construction
2000 Creek Walk Construction Phase IV
Kirkpatrick/Solar Street Improvements
2000 Unimproved Street Overlay
2000/01 Road Construction
Sunnycrest Park Track Improvements
2000 City Sidewalk Improvements
2000 Settled Claim
2000 Public Park Improvements
2001 Public Improvements

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

$152,955

$94,186

$94,186

$31,568

$594
$2,380
$5,354
$594
$3,568
$1,962
$2,230
$2,974
$892
$5,318
$1,874
$2,230
$15,972
$744
$1,190
$2,588
$10,648
$4,758

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

197

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
11.97107
.
DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

300

Washington Street Garage


Harrison Street Garage-Phase III

$40,975
$1,138

$25,032
$0

$25,032
$0

$8,438
$0

320

Walton Street Bridge


Fire Apparatus Replacement-2003
Fire Apparatus Replacement-2003
Public Infrastructure Improvements
Clinton Square Traffic Improvements
City-Owned Sidewalks
Road Reconstruction-2002
2002 Unimproved Street Overlay
Traffic Signal Program
City-Owned Building Improvements-2001/02
Parking Garage Rehabilitation-2001
Parking Garage Rehabilitation-2003
Forman Park Improvements
Lakefront Transportation Study
Fineview Place Bridge
W. Seneca Street Bridge
Retaining Walls

$20,631
$1,931
$3,460
$26,715
$32,188
$3,219
$88,512
$7,596
$6,438
$4,828
$5,632
$5,713
$3,219
$23,929
$3,219
$4,828
$8,369

$17,448
$1,633
$2,927
$22,593
$27,221
$2,722
$74,855
$6,424
$5,444
$4,083
$4,763
$4,831
$2,722
$20,237
$2,722
$4,083
$7,078

$17,448
$1,633
$2,927
$22,593
$27,221
$2,722
$74,855
$6,424
$5,444
$4,083
$4,763
$4,831
$2,722
$20,237
$2,722
$4,083
$7,078

$14,020
$1,312
$2,352
$18,154
$21,873
$2,187
$60,147
$5,162
$4,374
$3,281
$3,827
$3,882
$2,187
$16,261
$2,187
$3,281
$5,687

198

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
11.97107
.
DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE
330

Fire Station Repairs


First Response Vehicles
Southwest Community Center
Wilson Community Center
Temple Street Bridge
Erie Blvd. West Street Bridge
Traffic Indicator Replacement
2003 Unimproved Street Overlay
2003/04 City- Owned Sidewalks
Road Reconstruction-2004
Traffic Signals/Intersections
Parking Meter Replacement
Single Indicator Traffic Signals
City-wide Traffic Signals
DPW Facility Improvements

355

Street Lighting
2004 Unimproved Street Overlay
Parking Meter Replacement
Parking Meter Replacement Phase II
City Hall Energy Improvements
Road Reconstruction-2005
2004/05 City Owned Sidewalks
Traffic Sign Rehabilitation Phase II

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

$13,666
$2,294
$15,934
$12,110
$1,912
$25,494
$17,846
$5,098
$7,648
$141,496
$11,472
$6,756
$1,020
$1,274
$4,016

$12,076
$2,028
$14,080
$10,702
$1,690
$22,528
$15,770
$4,506
$6,758
$125,032
$10,138
$5,970
$902
$1,126
$3,548

$12,076
$2,028
$14,080
$10,702
$1,690
$22,528
$15,770
$4,506
$6,758
$125,032
$10,138
$5,970
$902
$1,126
$3,548

$10,348
$1,738
$12,066
$9,170
$1,448
$19,306
$13,514
$3,862
$5,792
$107,154
$8,688
$5,116
$772
$966
$3,040

$6,793
$4,619
$3,991
$8,491
$10,189
$94,249
$5,944
$850

$5,446
$3,703
$3,200
$6,807
$8,169
$75,562
$4,766
$681

$5,446
$3,703
$3,200
$6,807
$8,169
$75,562
$4,766
$681

$3,989
$2,712
$2,343
$4,986
$5,983
$55,343
$3,491
$498

199

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
11.97107
.
DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE
360

City Employee Retirement System


Police/Fire Retirement System

370

First Response Vehicles


2005 Unimproved Street Overlay
Single Indicator Traffic Signals
Traffic Signal Loop
Central Business District Sidewalks
City Hall Energy Improvements
City-Owned Building Improvements-2004/05
Traffic Signal Interconnect/W. Genesee and Geddes
Traffic Signal Interconnect/N. Salina and Lodi
Road Reconstruction-2006
2006 Unimproved Street Overlay

375

Road Reconstruction-1994/1995
Fuel Facility
Road Reconstruction-1995
Fire Apparatus Replacement-1994
South Avenue Bridges
Harrison Street Traffic Operations
Fire Station 6 Replacement
Tax Certiorari Refunds-1995
Tax Certiorari Refunds-1996
Road Reconstruction-1996
Road Reconstruction-1997
Burnet Park Ice Rink
West Genesee Street Bridge Rehabilitation
MONY Parking Garage-Non-Taxable
Onondaga Tower Garage Renovations
Downtown Vaults

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

$22,071
$78,572

$13,616
$48,472

$13,616
$48,472

$4,612
$16,418

$1,404
$11,200
$4,480
$3,734
$4,480
$20,548
$8,930
$23,892
$1,494
$150,818
$17,920

$1,312
$10,468
$4,188
$3,490
$4,188
$19,204
$8,346
$22,332
$1,396
$140,964
$16,748

$1,312
$10,468
$4,188
$3,490
$4,188
$19,204
$8,346
$22,332
$1,396
$140,964
$16,748

$1,216
$9,694
$3,878
$3,232
$3,878
$17,786
$7,730
$20,680
$1,292
$130,548
$15,510

$11,059
$2,871
$11,316
$2,746
$4,493
$1,706
$20,885
$806
$1,339
$2,246
$21,634
$3,744
$332
$41,604
$29,123
$2,496

$7,108
$1,845
$7,273
$1,765
$2,887
$1,096
$13,423
$518
$861
$1,444
$13,904
$2,406
$214
$26,739
$18,717
$1,604

$7,108
$1,845
$7,273
$1,765
$2,887
$1,096
$13,423
$518
$861
$1,444
$13,904
$2,406
$214
$26,739
$18,717
$1,604

$2,543
$660
$2,603
$632
$1,033
$392
$4,804
$186
$308
$517
$4,976
$861
$77
$9,569
$6,698
$574

200

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
11.97107
.
DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

380

Kirk Park Improvements


Castle/State Streets Parks
Lewis Park Water Playscape
Parks Facility Improvements
Fire Apparatus
Walton Street Bridge Improvements
Fire Station Repairs
1997/2000 City Buildings-Salt Dome
Unimproved Streets Overlay
1999/2000 Road Reconstruction
1999/2000 Traffic Signal Improvements
1999/2000 Fire Vehicles
101 Chester Street Phase II
1999/2000 DPW Vehicles
1995/96 Traffic Signal Interconnect
Police Facility
1998/99 Kirkpatrick/Solar Streets
1998/99 Creek Walk Phases I-IV

$1,812
$1,168
$430
$940
$10,336
$3,172
$6,346
$6,346
$3,172
$31,728
$3,172
$6,558
$794
$11,950
$11,634
$13,484
$3,172
$3,172

$1,338
$862
$318
$694
$7,636
$2,344
$4,688
$4,688
$2,344
$23,438
$2,344
$4,844
$586
$8,828
$8,594
$9,962
$2,344
$2,344

$1,338
$862
$318
$694
$7,636
$2,344
$4,688
$4,688
$2,344
$23,438
$2,344
$4,844
$586
$8,828
$8,594
$9,962
$2,344
$2,344

$836
$538
$198
$434
$4,764
$1,462
$2,924
$2,924
$1,462
$14,620
$1,462
$3,020
$366
$5,506
$5,360
$6,214
$1,462
$1,462

395

Pension Obligation

$82,810

$60,190

$60,190

$36,790

201

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
11.97107
.
DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE
405

Fire Apparatus Replacement 2004


Fire Station #5
Aerial Tower Truck
First Response Vehicle
Police Vehicles
Southwest Community Center
Kirk Park Playground
Parking Meter Replacement Phase III
Parking Meter Replacement Phase IV
South Salina Streetscape
Street Lighting Improvements
City Signs Phase III
DPW Facility Improvement
North Salina Streetscape
Central Business District II
05/06 City Owned Sidewalks
Eastwood Streetscape
East Genesee Streetscape
Traffic Signal Loop
Road Reconstruction-2007
2006/07 City Owned Sidewalks
2007 Unimproved Streets Overlay
Parking Garage Rehabilitation-2004
Fayette Parking Garage
MONY Garage-Taxable

2012/2013
Actual
$35,892
$8,076
$26,380
$1,686
$35,892
$15,254
$5,384
$17,946
$7,178
$8,972
$14,356
$1,794
$7,178
$26,918
$5,384
$12,562
$12,562
$26,022
$4,486
$131,004
$6,280
$7,178
$11,664
$12,562
$32,182

2013/2014
Authorized
$33,788
$7,602
$24,834
$1,588
$33,788
$14,360
$5,068
$16,894
$6,758
$8,448
$13,516
$1,690
$6,758
$25,342
$5,068
$11,826
$11,826
$24,496
$4,224
$123,328
$5,912
$6,758
$10,982
$11,826
$30,296

2013/2014
Projected
$33,788
$7,602
$24,834
$1,588
$33,788
$14,360
$5,068
$16,894
$6,758
$8,448
$13,516
$1,690
$6,758
$25,342
$5,068
$11,826
$11,826
$24,496
$4,224
$123,328
$5,912
$6,758
$10,982
$11,826
$30,296

2014/2015
Budget
$31,736
$7,140
$23,326
$1,492
$31,736
$13,488
$4,760
$15,868
$6,348
$7,934
$12,694
$1,586
$6,348
$23,802
$4,760
$11,108
$11,108
$23,010
$3,968
$115,838
$5,554
$6,348
$10,314
$11,108
$28,456

202

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
11.97107
.
DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

415

Fire Apparatus Replacement-2006


City Hall Energy Improvements
DPW Road/Parking Areas
Traffic Signals/Intersections
Asphalt Plant
City-Owned Building Improvements-2005/06
City Hall Roof
Traffic Sign Rehabilitation Phase IV
Road Reconstruction-2008
West Fayette Bridge Design
Dorwin Ave. Bridge Design
Butternut Corridor Streetscape
Beech Street Retaining Wall
South Salina Gateway Corridor

$16,796
$2,239
$3,200
$9,598
$79,978
$9,598
$11,197
$1,600
$127,965
$4,671
$6,590
$14,396
$9,598
$6,398

$15,566
$2,076
$2,965
$8,895
$74,124
$9,255
$10,378
$1,483
$118,599
$4,329
$6,108
$13,342
$8,895
$5,930

$15,566
$2,076
$2,965
$8,895
$74,124
$9,255
$10,378
$1,483
$118,599
$4,329
$6,108
$13,342
$8,895
$5,930

$14,256
$1,901
$2,715
$8,146
$67,889
$8,146
$9,505
$1,358
$108,622
$3,964
$5,595
$12,220
$8,146
$5,431

425

Retaining Walls
Asphalt Plant
2007/08 City-Owned Sidewalks
2008 Unimproved Streets Overlay
Geddes Streetscape Phase I
Road Reconstruction-2008
DPW Energy Retrofit

$13,667
$51,251
$5,980
$6,834
$13,667
$136,670
$5,316

$12,738
$47,769
$5,573
$6,370
$12,738
$127,384
$4,955

$12,738
$47,769
$5,573
$6,370
$12,738
$127,384
$4,955

$11,764
$44,117
$5,146
$5,883
$11,764
$117,645
$4,576

203

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
11.97107

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


430

Parking Garage Rehabilitation-2005


101 Chester St.
Sunnycrest Ice Rink
Street Lighting Improvements-2006/07
Traffic Signal Loop
Central Business District Sidewalks
S. Geddes Streetscape Phase I
Retaining Walls
AXA Towers Design
Butternut Corridor Streetscape Phase II
Fire Station Repairs
Fire Apparatus Replacement-2007
Homer Wheaton Park
Traffic Sign Rehabilitation Phase V
Symphony Square Design
AXA Towers Renovation
Ward Bakery Site
2008/09 City-Owned Sidewalks
Belge Settlement
2008/09 Police Capital Equipment
2008/09 DPW Capital Equipment
2008/09 Parks Capital Equipment
2008/09 Engineering Capital Equipment
Road Reconstruction-2009

2012/2013
Actual
$12,744
$1,960
$11,762
$9,802
$2,548
$2,940
$2,874
$23,526
$1,290
$13,724
$4,510
$25,408
$1,960
$1,960
$5,890
$14,394
$1,960
$6,862
$29,408
$28,368
$18,232
$9,880
$3,450
$196,046

2013/2014
Authorized
$11,808
$1,816
$10,900
$9,084
$2,362
$2,726
$2,664
$21,800
$1,196
$12,716
$4,178
$23,544
$1,816
$1,816
$5,458
$13,338
$1,816
$6,358
$27,250
$26,288
$16,896
$9,156
$3,198
$181,670

2013/2014
Projected
$11,808
$1,816
$10,900
$9,084
$2,362
$2,726
$2,664
$21,800
$1,196
$12,716
$4,178
$23,544
$1,816
$1,816
$5,458
$13,338
$1,816
$6,358
$27,250
$26,288
$16,896
$9,156
$3,198
$181,670

2014/2015
Budget
$10,828
$1,666
$9,996
$8,330
$2,166
$2,498
$2,442
$19,992
$1,096
$11,662
$3,832
$21,590
$1,666
$1,666
$5,004
$12,232
$1,666
$5,830
$24,990
$24,106
$15,494
$8,396
$2,932
$166,594

204

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
11.97107

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


435

2009/10 Police Capital Equipment


2009/10 Parks Capital Equipment
2007/08 Parking Garage Rehab
Culvert/Drainage Improvements
Minor Bridge Repair
Culvert/Drainage Improvements
2009/10 DPW Vehicles
Traffic Signal Upgrade Design
2010/11 Road Recon-TIP
2010/11 Road Recon
Street Lighting Improvements-2007/08
Sibley's Garage Study
2009/10 Fire Vehicles
Fire Apparatus Replacement-2009
2010 Settled Claim

450

Fire Station Repairs


1997/98 City-Owned Sidewalk Improvements
1998/99 Street Reconstruction
Traffic Signal Interconnect
1998/99 City-Owned Sidewalk Improvements
1998/99 Kirkpatrick/Solar Streets
Valley Pool Improvements
Park Improvements

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

$24,826
$9,117
$5,083
$794
$794
$3,970
$17,217
$3,526
$31,766
$63,533
$9,530
$17,058
$3,843
$48,985
$95,299

$22,333
$8,201
$4,572
$714
$714
$3,572
$15,488
$3,172
$28,576
$57,153
$8,573
$15,345
$3,457
$44,065
$85,729

$22,333
$8,201
$4,572
$714
$714
$3,572
$15,488
$3,172
$28,576
$57,153
$8,573
$15,345
$3,457
$44,065
$85,729

$20,028
$7,355
$4,100
$641
$641
$3,204
$13,890
$2,845
$25,627
$51,255
$7,688
$13,762
$3,101
$39,517
$76,883

$791
$432
$3,116
$663
$576
$509
$720
$490

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

205

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
11.97107

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

455

Hiawatha Boulevard
Construction of Salt Shed
MONY Garage
Public Infrastructure
Unimproved Streets Overlay
City-Owned Sidewalks
2001/02 Street Construction
Fire Station Repairs
Fire Apparatus
First Response Vehicle
DPW Equipment
Parking Lot #3 Improvements
2001/02 DPW Building Improvements
Environmental Investigation 2176 Erie Blvd.
Environmental Investigation 1410 Erie Blvd.

$9,078
$3,432
$9,536
$19,070
$8,582
$3,814
$108,226
$2,002
$24,640
$2,288
$20,386
$2,860
$3,814
$2,898
$3,184

$7,672
$2,902
$8,060
$16,118
$7,254
$3,224
$91,472
$1,692
$20,826
$1,934
$17,230
$2,418
$3,224
$2,450
$2,692

$7,672
$2,902
$8,060
$16,118
$7,254
$3,224
$91,472
$1,692
$20,826
$1,934
$17,230
$2,418
$3,224
$2,450
$2,692

$6,178
$2,336
$6,488
$12,978
$5,840
$2,596
$73,648
$1,362
$16,768
$1,558
$13,874
$1,946
$2,596
$1,972
$2,168

460

2010/11 Police Capital Equipment


2010/11 DPW Capital Equipment
Erie Blvd. Bridge over RR Spur
2010/11 Engineering Capital Equipment
2010/11 Fire Vehicles
Fire Apparatus
Sutton Settlement

$20,898
$64,336
$11,268
$6,536
$6,476
$23,562
$163,912

$20,098
$61,870
$10,838
$6,286
$6,226
$22,660
$157,632

$20,098
$61,870
$10,838
$6,286
$6,226
$22,660
$157,632

$19,282
$59,358
$10,398
$6,030
$5,974
$21,740
$151,232

206

GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
11.97107

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


475

2011/12 Park Facility


Onondaga Park Firebarn
Skiddy/Kirk Park
2011/12 DPW Facility
2011/12 DPW Vehicles
2006/07 DPW Parking Area Ph. II
2011/12 Road Recon
2012/13 Road Recon
Haz-Mat Vehicle
Lee Settlement
Lore Settlement

480

490

TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Budget

$4,311
$10,266
$1,846
$7,395
$21,199
$1,063
$61,853
$92,808
$6,305
$14,916
$10,295

$4,460
$10,620
$1,910
$7,650
$21,930
$1,100
$63,986
$96,008
$6,522
$15,430
$10,650

$4,460
$10,620
$1,910
$7,650
$21,930
$1,100
$63,986
$96,008
$6,522
$15,430
$10,650

$3,760
$10,340
$1,610
$6,450
$18,490
$1,020
$61,686
$92,568
$6,342
$13,010
$8,970

2011/12 Parks Capital Equipment


2012/13 Park Facility
Skiddy/Kirk Park
Parks Green Infrastructure
2011/12 DPW Facility
2006/07 Minor Bridge Repair
2007/08 Minor Bridge Repair
2011/12 DPW Vehicles
2012/13 DPW Vehicles
DPW Road/Parking Areas Phase II
City Hall Commons Elevator
Animal Control Software
Tax Billing Software
University Ave./SU Corridor Constr.
2011/12 Fire Apparatus
2013/14 Road Recon

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$5,283
$8,211
$1,503
$5,477
$8,424
$1,357
$4,143
$6,020
$24,643
$2,075
$6,166
$1,472
$4,452
$15,875
$26,869
$95,185

$5,450
$8,470
$1,550
$5,650
$8,690
$1,400
$4,274
$6,210
$25,420
$2,140
$6,360
$1,518
$4,592
$16,376
$27,716
$98,186

American Underground Settlement

$0

$0

$0

$118,378

New Debt

$0

$400,000

$0

$300,000

$4,163,858

$3,984,116

$3,801,271

$3,665,994

AVIATION ENTERPRISE FUND APPROPRIATIONS

209

AVIATION ENTERPRISE FUND


SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS

DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION
SPECIAL OBJECTS OF EXPENSE
SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES-PRINCIPAL
BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES-INTEREST
TOTAL

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$15,885,673
$6,588,736
$3,625,000
$3,205,385
$840,000
$37,180

$13,723,801
$10,220,031
$4,545,000
$2,272,762
$1,090,000
$60,480

$13,537,125
$10,128,901
$5,635,000
$2,440,477
$0
$0

$5,944,130
$3,194,055
$4,200,000
$2,268,114
$0
$0

$30,181,974

$31,912,074

$31,741,503

$15,606,299

210

DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION
I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Federal Aviation Administration, under the US Department of Transportation, effectively transferred the
management of the Syracuse Hancock International Airport to the Syracuse Regional Airport Authority (SRAA) on March
1, 2014. While the City continues to own the airport property and buildings, it leases them to the SRAA. The
Department of Aviation (DOA) under the direction of the Deputy Commissioner of Aviation continues to oversee 100 plus
positions which include accounting/financial, custodial, maintenance, operations and trades. The SRAA is responsible
for the safe and efficient operation of the airport. During calendar year 2013, 2.01 million passengers used the Cityowned airport. There are 5 major passenger airlines, 15 commuter passenger airlines and 3 cargo airlines. The City
also leases land and hangar space to one fixed-base operator (Landmark), land to one private hangar (National Grid),
land to one cargo facility (Aeroterm) and additional land and space to several other airport and aviation related tenants
and concessions. The SRAA operates and maintains Syracuse Hancock International Airport as a Federal Aviation
Regulation Part 139 Certified Airport Facility. The facility encompasses 2,000 acres of land approximately 6 miles north
of the City of Syracuse spanning 4 towns: Cicero, Clay, DeWitt and Salina. The SRAA in conjunction with the DOA
maintains a 400,000 plus square foot passenger terminal, supports a private 100,000 square foot cargo facility , 8 miles
of fence, 100 lane miles of pavement, 2,055 runway and taxiway lights, 5,100 parking spaces (including employee),
hundreds of electro-mechanical devices and a fleet of fire rescue and snow removal equipment.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Maintenance and Operations

54%

Sq.Ft. Terminal Maintained


Sq.Ft. Maintenance Building Maintained
Sq.Ft. Rescue Building Maintained
Sq.Ft. Parking Garage Maintained
Runway Lights Maintained
Taxiway Lights Maintained
Heavy Duty Equipment and Vehicles Maintained
Passengers Enplaned (Calendar Year)

Security

14%

Provided by Private Security (G4S)

Administration/Management

20%

Daily Passenger Aircraft Operations


Passenger Carrier Landing Weight (1,000's)
Tons Enplaned Freight (Calendar Year)
Contracts and Agreements Monitored
Work Orders Responded to Annually
Tours Conducted

Aircraft Rescue

12%

Provided by Syracuse Fire Department

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

325,000
19,241
16,000
1,020,000
1,405
650
100
998,647

450,000
19,241
16,000
1,020,000
1,405
650
100
1,000,000

450,000
19,241
16,000
1,020,000
1,405
650
100
1,000,000

130
1,489,572
20,866
100
500
25

130
1,500,000
20,000
100
500
25

130
1,500,000
20,000
100
500
25

267

300

300

211

AVIATION ENTERPRISE FUND


DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION
04.56100

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
102
Wages
103
Temporary Services
104
Overtime
108
Tool Allowance
110
Uniform Allowance

$940,953
$2,855,677
$56,859
$464,093
$400
$14,525

$1,207,000
$3,047,553
$100,000
$350,000
$1,000
$15,050

$850,000
$3,000,000
$50,000
$500,000
$400
$14,575

$724,193
$3,253,752
$100,000
$350,000
$1,000
$15,050

Totals:

$4,332,507

$4,720,603

$4,414,975

$4,443,995

$3,575
$90,730

$5,000
$130,000

$5,000
$100,000

$0
$0

$94,305

$135,000

$105,000

$0

$249,080
$307,647
$12,497
$1,001,286
$18,771
$9,633
$1,815,630
$2,135,264
$1,756,104
$3,989,823
$68,710
$3,013
$0
$91,403

$257,900
$383,000
$15,500
$1,500,250
$25,000
$13,600
$1,400,000
$1,500,000
$1,780,898
$1,707,750
$82,000
$4,300
$48,000
$150,000

$307,000
$400,000
$13,000
$1,200,000
$20,000
$10,000
$1,700,000
$1,500,000
$1,754,850
$1,900,000
$60,000
$4,300
$48,000
$100,000

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,500,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$135
$0

$11,458,861

$8,868,198

$9,017,150

$1,500,135

$15,885,673

$13,723,801

$13,537,125

$5,944,130

200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
206
Tools, Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
401
Motor Equipment Operating Supplies
402
Motor Equipment Repair Supplies
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
411
Utilities
412
City-Provided Services
414
City-Provided Services: Police/Fire
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage & Freight
430
Payments to Other Governments
499
Staff Assistance
Totals:
TOTAL:

212

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION
04.56100

Position
Commissioner of Aviation
Assistant Corporation Counsel IV
Deputy Commissioner
Airport Operations Officer
Fiscal Officer
Facilities Engineer
Airport Maintenance Supervisor
Airport Security Coordinator
Marketing Coordinator
Assistant Airport Maintenance Supervisor
Accountant II
Geographic Information Specialist
Personnel Administrator
Accountant I
Secretary to Commissioner
Administrative Assistant
Clerk III
Assistant Airport Security Coordinator
Administrative Aide

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

20E
19E
18E
16E
16E
16M
15M
14E
14E
13M
15
14
14
11
11
10
8
7
7

$69,874-$90,502
$63,427-$84,405
$57,896-$76,870
$47,675-$64,707
$47,675-$64,707
$49,241-$68,805
$43,994-$59,720
$40,356-$52,707
$40,356-$52,707
$40,418-$52,898
$51,438-$59,231
$48,164-$55,898
$48,164-$55,898
$39,432-$46,301
$39,432-$46,301
$36,939-$43,761
$32,249-$38,273
$30,327-$36,315
$30,327-$36,315
Subtotal

1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1

0
0
1
0
0
1
2
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
0
1

22

15

213

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION
04.56100

Position
Electrician
Steamfitter
Plumber
Painter
Carpenter
Heavy Equipment Mechanic Crewleader
Airport Maintenance Crewleader
Airport Custodial Crewleader
Heavy Equipment Mechanic II
Storekeeper
Heavy Equipment Mechanic I
Airport Maintenance Worker II
Airport Operations Worker
Airport Maintenance Worker I
Gardener
Airport Custodial Worker II
Airport Custodial Worker I

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
FLAT
29
26
21
16
15
14
11
10
8
7
4
3

$30.20-$30.80
$29.66-$30.25
$29.66-$30.25
$28.06-$28.62
$29.13-$29.71
$19.96-$20.36
$19.38-$19.77
$18.41-$18.78
$17.18-$18.39
$16.88-$18.06
$16.73-$17.92
$16.03-$17.29
$15.81-$16.98
$15.52-$16.75
$15.47-$16.68
$14.91-$16.07
$14.81-$15.99

2
2
1
2
1
1
4
5
1
1
2
3
9
17
1
1
33

2
2
1
2
1
1
4
5
1
1
2
3
9
17
1
1
33

86

86

2
1

2
1

Subtotal

GRAND TOTAL

111

104

Subtotal

Temporary Services
Custodial Worker
Plumber

FLAT
FLAT

$14.24
$51.58

214

AVIATION ENTERPRISE FUND


SPECIAL OBJECTS OF EXPENSE

2012/2013
Actual

04.13260
04.19300
04.19500
04.19880
04.19892
04.87800
04.87900
04.88000
04.90050
04.90100
04.90150
04.90300
04.90400
04.90500
04.90600
04.99500
04.99502
04.99900
TOTAL:

Fiscal Services
Judgements & Claims
City Share of Local Assessment
Provision for Uncollectable Accounts
Special Audit Services
Capital Reserve
Renewal/Replacement Reserve
Operations Reserve
Allowance for Negotiations
Employee Retirement System
Police & Fire Retirement System
Social Security
Workers' Compensation
Unemployment Insurance
Hospital, Medical & Surgical Insurance
Capital Appropriations
Capital Appropriations-Motor Equipment
Airport Authority

2013/2014
Authorized

$33,966
$5,081
$454,794
$0
$9,550
$2,600,000
$18,000
$50,000
$28,845
$779,754
$365,030
$333,241
$150,973
$0
$1,481,502
$155,000
$123,000
$0

$15,000
$20,000
$40,000
$15,000
$5,500
$2,700,000
$18,000
$50,000
$0
$896,197
$589,978
$361,126
$396,226
$20,000
$1,306,800
$225,000
$110,000
$3,451,204

$6,588,736

$10,220,031

2013/2014
Projected

$35,000
$5,000
$45,296
$0
$4,000
$2,100,000
$18,000
$50,000
($28,845)
$885,549
$485,990
$335,000
$300,000
$0
$1,627,855
$225,000
$110,000
$3,931,056
$10,128,901

2014/2015
Proposed

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$869,615
$523,930
$345,755
$396,000
$0
$1,058,755
$0
$0
$0
$3,194,055

215

AVIATION ENTERPRISE FUND


SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
04.97106

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

305

Garage Expansion

$925,000

$955,000

$955,000

$0

340

4th Level Parking Garage

$110,000

$115,000

$115,000

$0

345

Lobby Renovations

$410,000

$425,000

$425,000

$0

400

4th Deicing Lagoon


Large Capacity Loader
Dump Truck
Snow Removal Equipment

$79,754
$12,676
$15,845
$41,725

$79,754
$12,676
$15,845
$41,725

$79,754
$12,676
$15,845
$41,725

$79,754
$12,676
$15,845
$41,725

465

Terminal Security

$285,000

$1,120,000

$1,120,000

$1,145,000

470

Certificates of Participation Refunding

$1,745,000

$1,780,000

$1,780,000

$1,815,000

485

Cargo Rd/Constellation Blvd Paving


Garage Improvements
S. Concourse Bathroom Updates
N. Concourse Roof Repairs/Replacement
Maint. Garage Overhead Doors
Parking Garage Repairs
N. Concourse Bathroom Updates
Terminal Buildout-Concessions/Retail/Info.Booth
S. Concourse Roof Repairs/Replacement
Parking Garage Structural Repairs

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$120,000
$190,000
$70,000
$60,000
$45,000
$80,000
$75,000
$100,000
$100,000
$250,000

$120,000
$190,000
$70,000
$60,000
$45,000
$80,000
$75,000
$100,000
$100,000
$250,000

$3,625,000

$4,545,000

$5,635,000

$4,200,000

TOTAL:

216

AVIATION ENTERPRISE FUND


SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
04.97107

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

305

Garage Expansion

$72,888

$38,200

$38,200

$0

340

4th Level Parking Garage

$11,250

$5,750

$5,750

$0

345

Lobby Renovations

$36,550

$19,125

$19,125

$0

400

4th Deicing Lagoon


Large Capacity Loader
Dump Truck
Snow Removal Equipment

$14,522
$2,308
$2,886
$7,598

$10,733
$1,706
$2,133
$5,615

$10,733
$1,706
$2,133
$5,615

$6,946
$1,104
$1,380
$3,634

465

Terminal Security

$2,762,483

$1,929,500

$1,929,500

$1,901,250

470

Certificates of Participation Refunding

$294,900

$260,000

$260,000

$224,400

485

Cargo Rd/Constellation Blvd Paving


Garage Improvements
S. Concourse Bathroom Updates
N. Concourse Roof Repairs/Replacement
Maint. Garage Overhead Doors
Parking Garage Repairs
N. Concourse Bathroom Updates
Terminal Buildout-Concessions/Retail/Info.Booth
S. Concourse Roof Repairs/Replacement
Parking Garage Structural Repairs

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$19,777
$14,736
$5,429
$4,653
$4,799
$8,531
$7,998
$10,664
$13,572
$77,556

$15,600
$7,600
$2,800
$2,400
$3,150
$5,600
$5,250
$7,000
$10,000
$70,000

$3,205,385

$2,272,762

$2,440,477

$2,268,114

TOTAL:

WATER FUND APPROPRIATIONS

219

WATER FUND
SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS

DIVISION OF FINANCE
DIVISION OF ENGINEERING
WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT SECTION
SKANEATELES WATERSHED PROGRAM
PLANT SECTION
SPECIAL OBJECTS OF EXPENSE
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$506,404
$595,657
$910,540
$596,101
$6,000,673
$12,017,268

$552,122
$821,725
$1,094,311
$659,391
$7,030,462
$12,884,677

$531,756
$803,987
$863,625
$626,150
$6,533,165
$12,984,819

$547,630
$832,732
$1,034,269
$569,796
$7,242,610
$13,367,795

$20,626,643

$23,042,688

$22,343,502

$23,594,832

220

DEPARTMENT OF WATER
DIVISION OF WATER FINANCE

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Division of Finance is responsible for maintaining records of all water charges and payments and for maintaining
customer meter records including; meter changes, meter repair charges, missing meter charges and water turn-on
charges. The Division makes name, billing, address, and unit changes. The Division edits water billings and special
service billings before mailing. It lists and balances monthly and quarterly billings. It collects and processes fees for fire
services.
The Division establishes new accounts through tap applications from Water Engineering.
The Division researches and changes records pertaining to property number changes to coincide with those of the
Assessment Department. The division monitors past due accounts and sends out collection letters on arrears. Meter
reading routes are read daily.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

Meter Readings

42%

Meters Read
Special Meter Readings
Hearing Notice Door Hangers

145,624
3,262
0

145,624
3,262
0

148,448
2,700
3,000

Records Handling and Accounting

48%

Customers
Bills Issued/No Bills City/School Buildings
Customer Payments Received
Customers Serviced Phone/Counter
Letter Campaign (Arrears-Water Termination)
Address Changes/Reissued Bills
Letters Due to Estimated Bills

39,900
163,993
125,250
43,062
1,200
8,574
11,000

39,900
163,993
125,250
43,850
1,200
8,574
10,000

39,652
157,237
145,296
43,970
1,200
8,200
11,000

Collections on Delinquent
Accounts

10%

Payments Received By:


- Internet
- Finance/Treasury
- Bank
- Accounts with Payment Plans-yearly average
TOTAL

N/A
26,833
96,528
300
123,661

N/A
26,500
97,000
350
123,850

10,768
35,626
84,120
300
130,814

221

WATER FUND
DIVISION OF WATER FINANCE
05.83100

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
106
Car Allowance
110
Uniform Allowance

$410,122
$4,489
$175

$432,250
$5,550
$175

$430,000
$3,700
$175

$440,605
$4,625
$175

Totals:

$414,786

$437,975

$433,875

$445,405

$1,486

$1,500

$1,300

$1,500

$1,486

$1,500

$1,300

$1,500

$1,857
$3,959
$1,562
$33,754
$0
$49,000
$0

$2,500
$6,600
$3,076
$50,546
$175
$49,000
$750

$2,000
$6,600
$1,700
$37,000
$161
$49,000
$120

$2,500
$7,600
$2,360
$37,340
$175
$50,000
$750

$90,132

$112,647

$96,581

$100,725

$506,404

$552,122

$531,756

$547,630

200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage & Freight
430
Payment to Other Governments
Totals:
TOTAL:

222

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF WATER
DIVISION OF WATER FINANCE
05.83100

Position
Utilities Billing Supervisor
Clerk III
Administrative Aide
Account Clerk II
Meter Reader I
Information Aide

Grade

Rate

15M
8
7
6
5
1

$43,994-$59,720
$32,249-$38,273
$30,327-$36,315
$28,516-$33,770
$26,973-$32,196
$22,911-$27,887
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1
1
1
3
6
2

1
1
1
4
5
1

14

13

223

DEPARTMENT OF WATER
DIVISION OF ENGINEERING

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Engineering Division is responsible for overall planning, administration and management of the water works system.
This division performs all of the engineering work in connection with the distribution, maintenance, operation and
sanitary protection of the water supply, plans for the construction of new and/or modification of water system facilities;
prepares and administers contracts for work done by contractors; and prepares specifications for materials purchased
for new construction, as well as all materials, equipment and supplies for the operation of the water system.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

Planning, Programming and


Policy Development

10%

Major Projects or Planning Activities

30

30

30

Water System Operations and


Water Quality Control

20%

Major System Parameters Monitored & Controlled


Operating Reports Prepared
Regulatory Reports Prepared
Major Projects Supervised

30
37
22
30

30
37
23
27

30
37
23
27

Contracted Purchasing and


Project Supervision

20%

Specifications and Plans Prepared


Construction Projects Supervised
Value of Materials & Equipment Purchased
Value of Capital Projects Supervised
Value of Professional Services Purchased

25
19
$975,000
$6,571,600
$3,292,764

25
18
$1,095,000
$35,300,600
$3,000,000

25
18
$1,150,000
$15,000,000
$3,000,000

Water System Mapping and


Surveying

10%

New Maps Prepared


Plans Drawn for System Extensions or Main
Replacement
Hydrant Maps Updated
Hydrant Maps Repaired
Hydrant Information Updated
Digital Map Information (GPS)
Fire Service Data Updated
Service Data Updates
Meter Data Updated

35

20

20

40
95
0
103
70
25
135
150

55
75
2
105
95
20
150
200

55
75
2
125
95
25
150
200

224

DEPARTMENT OF WATER
DIVISION OF ENGINEERING

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Issuance of Water Service


Permits

5%

Domestic Services
Fire Services
Combined Fire & Domestic
Hydrant Use Permits
Contractor Inquiries

Citizen Service

15%

Complaints & Information Requests Processed


Water Information Mailed

Budget & Personnel


Administration

10%

Budgets Prepared
Payment Claims Approved
Common Council Actions Requested
Major Personnel Actions & Grievances
Processed

Development & Plan Review

10%

Projects Reviewed:
--Over $250,000
--Street Cuts Permits Reviewed

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

87
31
0
57
850

55
5
1
60
1,000

50
5
0
65
1,000

325
33,600

300
35,000

300
35,000

5
625
31

5
650
30

5
650
30

5
91

5
150

5
150

225

WATER FUND
DIVISION OF ENGINEERING
05.83110

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
104
Overtime
110
Uniform Allowance

$335,640
$233
$175

$408,250
$800
$175

$398,612
$500
$175

$420,707
$600
$175

Totals:

$336,048

$409,225

$399,287

$421,482

$0

$4,700

$4,700

$2,700

$0

$4,700

$4,700

$2,700

$259,609
$0

$402,500
$5,300

$400,000
$0

$407,750
$800

$259,609

$407,800

$400,000

$408,550

$595,657

$821,725

$803,987

$832,732

200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
Totals:
TOTAL:

226

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF WATER
DIVISION OF ENGINEERING
05.83110

Position
Commissioner of Water
Deputy Commissioner of Water
Management Analyst
Water Systems Construction Engineer I
Civil Engineer I
Office Automation Technician
Engineering Technician I

Grade

Rate

20E
18E
16
16M
13
11
10

$69,874-$90,502
$57,896-$76,870
$54,979-$63,541
$49,241-$68,805
$45,100-$52,768
$39,432-$46,301
$36,939-$43,761
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

227

DEPARTMENT OF WATER
WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT SECTION

I.

Program Responsibilities:

The Water Quality Management Section is responsible for watershed management and purification of the water
supply. Surveillance of the quality of Skaneateles Lake water is maintained by patrolling the watershed; strictly
enforcing the Watershed Rules and Regulations; reviewing plans for sewage disposal systems; making
microscopic examinations of the water in Skaneateles Lake and the City reservoirs for taste and odor control; and
treating the water with copper sulfate when necessary. Primary treatment of the water with chlorine and
hydrofluosilicic acid takes place at Skaneateles and secondary treatment with chlorine takes place at the City
reservoirs.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Surveillance of the Watershed


Policy

25%

Days Spent Patrolling Watershed


Violators Cited
Percolation Tests Witnessed
Dead Deer Removed From Watershed

Water Quality Control Surveying

25%

Purification of Water Supply

50%

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

439
13
39
40

450
20
50
40

450
30
50
40

Microscopic Exams of Lake Water Samples


Microscopic Exams of Reservoir Water Samples
Microscopic Exams of Residential Water Samples
Algicide Treatments Applied to City Reservoirs

84
36
2
2

100
75
5
10

100
75
5
10

Million Gallons Treated per Day at Skaneateles


Lake
Residential Water Samples

36
20

36
10

36
10

228

WATER FUND
WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT SECTION
05.83300

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
102
Wages
103
Temporary Services
104
Overtime
106
Car Allowance
110
Uniform Allowance
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
206
Tools, Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
401
Motor Equipment Operating Supplies
402
Motor Equipment Repair Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
411
Utilities
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage and Freight
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$118,641
$199,460
$0
$9,387
$3,600
$1,225

$107,000
$184,796
$3,840
$11,604
$2,700
$1,225

$107,000
$179,000
$1,000
$10,000
$2,300
$1,225

$124,527
$170,202
$3,840
$11,604
$2,700
$1,150

$332,313

$311,165

$300,525

$314,023

$1,194
$0

$2,500
$4,000

$2,000
$3,500

$500
$4,000

$1,194

$6,500

$5,500

$4,500

$13,307
$0
$501,635
$964
$10,089
$49,724
$1,314
$0

$15,000
$500
$628,174
$8,000
$27,600
$95,222
$2,000
$150

$11,000
$500
$437,000
$7,500
$12,000
$88,000
$1,500
$100

$18,950
$500
$590,480
$8,000
$10,800
$84,866
$2,000
$150

$577,033

$776,646

$557,600

$715,746

$910,540

$1,094,311

$863,625

$1,034,269

229

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF WATER
WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT SECTION
05.83300

Position

Water Plant Manager


Sanitarian I

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

15M
13M

$43,994-$59,720
$40,418-$52,898

1
1

1
1

1
2
2
0

0
2
1
1

Subtotal

GRAND TOTAL

Subtotal
Principal Water Plant Operator
Watershed Inspector
Water Treatment Plant Operator I
Water Treatment Plant Operator Trainee

16
16
13

$17.18-$18.39
$17.18-$18.39
$16.39-$17.57

Subtotal
Temporary Services
Summer Aide

FLAT

$ 8.00/Hr

230

DEPARTMENT OF WATER
SKANEATELES WATERSHED PROGRAM

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Watershed Management Program is part of the filtration avoidance permit. The Watershed Control Coordinator
provides coordination of the watershed pollution control program through its development, implementation and
monitoring. The program is responsible for development of an interagency effort for watershed protection in the three
counties and eight municipalities within the watershed and for fulfilling criteria required to maintain the filtration waiver
granted by the New York State Department of Health.

II. Major Functions


Watershed Management

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
100%

IV. Activity Indicators


Number of Farm Equivalents Completed (planning)
Acres of Land Protected (Implemented)
CREP Acres (w/ contracts) Protected
Whole Farm Plan Updates
Plan Revisions
BMP Field Reviews

V.
2012/2013
Actual
2
205
0
42
3
14

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate
4
83
22
42
4
14

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed
1
1,338
10
42
4
14

231

WATER FUND
SKANEATELES WATERSHED PROGRAM
05.83350

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

100 PERSONAL SERVICES


101
Salaries
110
Uniform Allowance

$92,204
$175

$91,386
$0

$75,000
$175

$101,446
$0

Totals:

$92,379

$91,386

$75,175

$101,446

$315

$200

$200

$2,000

$315

$200

$200

$2,000

$0
$0
$0
$503,407
$0
$0

$610
$150
$2,000
$564,100
$945
$0

$200
$75
$200
$550,000
$300
$0

$250
$150
$1,000
$464,100
$600
$250

$503,407

$567,805

$550,775

$466,350

$596,101

$659,391

$626,150

$569,796

200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage and Freight
Totals:
TOTAL:

232

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF WATER
SKANEATELES WATERSHED PROGRAM
05.83350

Position
Geographic Information Specialist II
Administrative Assistant

Grade

Rate

15
10

$51,438-$59,231
$36,939-$43,761
GRAND TOTAL

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed
1
1

1
1

233

DEPARTMENT OF WATER
PLANT SECTION

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Plant Section performs all maintenance, operation and construction activities of the water distribution system. The
work includes repair of leaks and breaks in the distribution and conduit system; replacement of customer side lead
services; operation of the conduit system, reservoirs and distribution system on a 24-hour basis; repair to pavement and
sidewalks damaged by maintenance work on the system; maintenance of buildings and grounds on the property at
Skaneateles Lake, the conduit lines, reservoirs, water shop and pumping stations; and maintenance and repair of
hydrants and water meters. The Plant Section is also charged with keeping a complete accounting and record system.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Water System Maintenance


Policy Development

56%

Repairs to Mains, Conduits & Services


Hydrants Repaired
Hydrants Inspected
Dig Curb Box
Main Gates Repaired
Kill Service
Broken Stops
New Domestic
New Fire
Install Auto Flusher/Sample Sites
Ross Valves Out/Repaired
Main Extension
Replace Pumps
Street Cuts Repaired

Management of Site Restoration

20%

Number of Street Cuts


Number of Square Feet
Value of Restoration
Sidewalks, Driveways & Curbing:
Number of Cuts
Number of Square Feet
Value of Restoration

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

358
5
2,813
172
78
108
23
28
17
4
3
3
1
200

375
6
2,816
185
85
125
28
40
25
4
3
3
2
250

375
6
2,816
185
85
125
28
40
25
4
3
3
2
250

104
22,000
$518,000

115
22,300
$525,000

150
22,300
$600,000

100
23,100
$298,300

130
25,000
$300,000

130
25,000
$300,000

234

DEPARTMENT OF WATER
PLANT SECTION

II. Major Functions


Water Meter Replacement and
Maintenance

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget
4%

IV. Activity Indicators


Service Calls
Meters Tested
Installation of New Meters
--Residential
--Commercial
Minor Plumbing Repairs by City
Number of Remotes Installed
Meters Repaired

Water System Expansion

7%

Installation of New Services


Installation of New Gates
Installation of New Hydrants

Vehicle Maintenance

5%

Repair Orders Placed


Vehicles in Fleet
Construction Equipment in Inventory

Purchasing, Payroll and


Accounting

4%

Purchase Requisitions Initiated


Claims Processed
Personnel Files Maintained
Payroll Checks Processed
Miscellaneous Billing & Statements

Lead Service Replacement

4%

Lead Service Replacement

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

4,912
174

5,000
185

5,000
185

3,036
16
19
3,613
162

3,080
19
23
3,800
180

3,080
19
23
3,800
180

47
29
50

60
35
50

60
35
50

785
51
50

800
49
48

800
50
50

450
555
113
3,000
38

500
550
113
3,000
45

500
575
114
3,000
50

41

50

50

235

WATER FUND
PLANT SECTION
05.83400

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
102
Wages
103
Temporary Services
104
Overtime
108
Tool Allowance
110
Uniform Allowance
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
206
Tools, Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
401
Motor Equipment Operating Supplies
402
Motor Equipment Repair Supplies
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
408
Uniforms
411
Utilities
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
418
Postage & Freight
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$464,257
$2,301,984
$14,758
$558,835
$400
$11,725

$487,176
$2,347,500
$19,225
$700,000
$800
$12,600

$484,865
$2,100,000
$18,000
$600,000
$600
$11,900

$475,983
$2,696,429
$18,000
$650,000
$600
$15,625

$3,351,959

$3,567,301

$3,215,365

$3,856,637

$224
$284,667

$2,850
$290,000

$2,500
$290,000

$615
$341,012

$284,891

$292,850

$292,500

$341,627

$162,064
$163,473
$2,367
$612,070
$11,397
$6,975
$397,131
$1,002,998
$5,348
$0

$216,486
$236,500
$3,500
$975,500
$35,500
$11,075
$536,400
$1,147,000
$8,050
$300

$163,000
$222,000
$3,500
$975,500
$25,000
$8,000
$475,000
$1,147,000
$6,000
$300

$222,051
$236,500
$1,833
$1,020,826
$10,500
$10,800
$500,000
$1,036,536
$5,000
$300

$2,363,823

$3,170,311

$3,025,300

$3,044,346

$6,000,673

$7,030,462

$6,533,165

$7,242,610

236

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF WATER
PLANT SECTION
05.83400

Position
Supt. of Maintenance & Operations
Water Systems Construction Engineer
Ass't. Supt. of Maintenance & Operations
Meter Replacement Supervisor
Supervisor of Stores & Services
Instrumentation Mechanic
Secretary to Commissioner of Water
Administrative Aide
Account Clerk II
Clerk II

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

16M
16M
15M
15M
13M
13
9
7
6
4

$49,241-$68,805
$49,241-$68,805
$43,994-$59,720
$43,994-$59,720
$40,418-$52,898
$45,100-$52,768
$34,558-$40,615
$30,327-$36,315
$28,516-$33,770
$25,629-$30,825
Subtotal

Electrician
Plumber
Heavy Equipment Mechanic Crewleader
Water Maintenance Crewleader
Storekeeper
Underground Facilities Locator
Automotive Equipment Mechanic I
HEM I
Water Treatment Plant Operator I
Water Maintenance Worker II
Emergency Valve Operator

FLAT
FLAT
29
24
15
15
14
14
13
12
11

$30.20-$30.80
$29.66-$30.25
$19.96-$20.36
$19.24-$19.62
$16.88-$18.06
$16.88-$18.06
$16.73-$17.92
$16.73-$17.92
$16.39-$17.57
$16.25-$17.48
$16.03-$17.29

1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
0

11

11

1
3
1
5
1
1
1
1
3
8
4

1
3
1
6
1
1
0
2
3
10
4

237

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF WATER
PLANT SECTION
05.83400

Position
Control Center Attendant
Water Plant Operator Trainee
Water Meter Repair Worker II
Ass't. Emergency Valve Operator
Maintenance Worker I
Water Maintenance Worker I
Water Meter Repair Worker I
Custodial Worker

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

11
9
9
8
8
8
7
1

$16.03-$17.29
$15.63-$16.84
$15.63-$16.84
$15.52-$16.75
$15.52-$16.75
$15.52-$16.75
$15.47-$16.68
$14.07-$15.21

8
0
1
4
4
17
4
1

8
1
1
4
4
15
3
1

68

69

Subtotal

GRAND TOTAL

79

81

Subtotal

Temporary Services
Summer Aide

FLAT

$ 8.00/Hr

238

WATER FUND
SPECIAL OBJECTS OF EXPENSE

2012/2013
Actual

05.13260
05.19300
05.19500
05.19850
05.90050
05.90100
05.90300
05.90400
05.90500
05.90600
05.90900
05.99999
05.99999
05.99999
TOTAL:

Fiscal Services
Judgements & Claims
City Share of Local Assessment
Onondaga County Water District
Allowance for Negotiations
Employee Retirement System
Social Security
Workers' Compensation
Unemployment Insurance
Hospital, Medical & Surgical Insurance
Compensated Absences
Capital Appropriations
Transfer for Debt Service
Transfer to General Fund - City Services

$83,468
$6,023
$244,443
$50,000
$28,995
$788,046
$348,571
$762,672
$0
$1,195,425
($70,514)
$1,642,000
$4,638,139
$2,300,000
$12,017,268

2013/2014
Authorized

$50,000
$25,000
$275,000
$50,000
$0
$988,758
$363,840
$667,619
$25,000
$1,328,900
$10,000
$1,767,000
$5,033,560
$2,300,000
$12,884,677

2013/2014
Projected

$50,000
$15,000
$250,000
$50,000
($28,995)
$925,502
$336,350
$643,210
$0
$1,296,610
$10,000
$1,767,000
$5,370,142
$2,300,000
$12,984,819

2014/2015
Proposed

$50,000
$12,000
$240,000
$50,000
$0
$919,275
$391,000
$707,648
$25,000
$1,110,938
$10,000
$1,662,000
$5,889,934
$2,300,000
$13,367,795

239

WATER FUND DEBT SERVICE


SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

SERIAL BONDS - PRINCIPAL


SERIAL BONDS - INTEREST

$2,706,044
$1,932,095

$3,156,426
$2,277,137

$3,156,426
$2,213,716

$3,684,242
$2,205,692

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE:

$4,638,139

$5,433,563

$5,370,142

$5,889,934

240

WATER FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
11.77106

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

320

Kirkpatrick/Solar
Velasko St. Main

$27,326
$21,238

$28,419
$22,088

$28,419
$22,088

$29,512
$22,937

330

Skaneateles Lake Watershed Program-1998/99


Skaneateles Lake Watershed Program-1999/00
Water Transmission Lines

$3,236
$42,356
$49,289

$3,411
$44,646
$51,953

$3,411
$44,646
$51,953

$3,498
$45,791
$53,285

355

Skaneateles Lake Watershed Program-1999/00


Residential Lead Replacement

$19,413
$9,378

$20,414
$9,862

$20,414
$9,862

$21,166
$10,225

370

Lead Service Replacement

$258,529

$273,302

$273,302

$280,689

375

Skaneateles Lake Watershed Program-1996/97


Skaneateles Lake Watershed Program-1997/98

$54,789
$75,543

$56,635
$78,088

$56,635
$78,088

$58,967
$81,302

380

1998/99 Water Meter Replacement


1999/2000 Westcott Reservoir
1997/99 Skaneateles Lake Watershed

$142,319
$16,265
$40,663

$146,977
$16,797
$41,994

$146,977
$16,797
$41,994

$148,530
$16,975
$42,437

241

WATER FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
11.77106

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


405

1997/99 Skaneateles Lake Watershed


2005/06 Skaneateles Lake Watershed
Lead Service Replacement

415

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$19,695
$40,054
$212,287

$20,175
$41,031
$217,465

$20,175
$41,031
$217,465

$21,136
$42,985
$227,820

Camillus Ravine Stabilization

$18,253

$19,912

$19,912

$20,742

425

2006/07 Skaneateles Lake Watershed

$56,621

$59,452

$59,452

$62,283

430

Residential Lead Replacement


2007/08 Skaneateles Lake Watershed
Generators

$7,188
$71,879
$7,188

$7,539
$75,386
$7,539

$7,539
$75,386
$7,539

$7,889
$78,892
$7,889

440

DWSRF Loan Refunding

$230,000

$240,000

$240,000

$250,000

445

Westcott Reservoir EFC Loan

$1,005,000

$1,025,000

$1,025,000

$1,040,000

450

1997/98 Skaneateles Lake Watershed Maintenance

$61,402

$0

$0

$0

455

Skaneateles Lake Intake


Water Supply Conduits
Skaneateles Lake Intake Engineering Services

$21,255
$97,640
$38,377

$22,614
$103,882
$40,830

$22,614
$103,882
$40,830

$23,584
$108,340
$42,583

460

Woodland Westcott UV Disinfect

$58,861

$60,015

$60,015

$60,785

475

Woodland Westcott UV Disinfect

$0

$421,000

$421,000

$446,000

480

Stewart Standpipe Roof


Woodland Westcott UV Disinfect
Woodland Westcott UV Disinfect

$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0

$61,000
$135,000
$232,000

$2,706,044

$3,156,426

$3,156,426

$3,684,242

TOTAL:

242

WATER FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
11.77107

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


320

Kirkpatrick/Solar
Velasko St. Main

330

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$6,212
$4,828

$5,253
$4,083

$5,253
$4,083

$4,221
$3,280

Skaneateles Lake Watershed Program-1998/99


Skaneateles Lake Watershed Program-1999/00
Water Transmission Lines

$1,148
$15,016
$17,474

$1,014
$13,270
$15,442

$1,014
$13,270
$15,442

$868
$11,372
$13,234

355

Skaneateles Lake Watershed Program-1999/00


Residential Lead Replacement

$3,515
$1,698

$2,819
$1,361

$2,819
$1,361

$2,065
$997

370

Lead Service Replacement

$158,284

$147,944

$147,944

$137,012

375

Skaneateles Lake Watershed Program-1996/97


Skaneateles Lake Watershed Program-1997/98

$5,491
$7,572

$3,529
$4,867

$3,529
$4,867

$1,263
$1,742

380

1998/99 Water Meter Replacement


1999/2000 Westcott Reservoir
1997/99 Skaneateles Lake Watershed

$18,508
$2,116
$5,288

$13,672
$1,562
$3,906

$13,672
$1,562
$3,906

$8,528
$974
$2,436

243

WATER FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
11.77107

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


405

1997/99 Skaneateles Lake Watershed


2005/06 Skaneateles Lake Watershed
Lead Service Replacement

415

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$17,648
$35,892
$190,224

$16,614
$33,788
$179,078

$16,614
$33,788
$179,078

$15,606
$31,736
$168,206

Camillus Ravine Stabilization

$10,429

$9,666

$9,666

$8,853

425

2006/07 Skaneateles Lake Watershed

$34,167

$31,845

$31,845

$29,411

430

Residential Lead Replacement


2007/08 Skaneateles Lake Watershed
Generators

$3,920
$39,210
$3,920

$3,634
$36,334
$3,634

$3,634
$36,334
$3,634

$3,332
$33,318
$3,332

440

DWSRF Loan Refunding

$34,589

$32,296

$32,296

$29,342

445

Westcott Reservoir EFC Loan

$896,011

$891,262

$891,262

$884,624

450

1997/98 Skaneateles Lake Watershed Maintenance

$921

$0

$0

$0

455

Skaneateles Lake Intake


Water Supply Conduits
Skaneateles Lake Intake Engineering Services

$5,492
$25,230
$9,916

$4,642
$21,324
$8,382

$4,642
$21,324
$8,382

$3,738
$17,170
$6,748

460

Woodland Westcott UV Disinfect

$61,466

$59,112

$59,112

$56,712

475

Woodland Westcott UV Disinfect

$315,910

$326,804

$326,804

$318,384

480

Stewart Standpipe Roof


Woodland Westcott UV Disinfect
Woodland Westcott UV Disinfect

$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0

$47,010
$106,505
$183,064

$48,492
$109,862
$188,834

New Debt

$0

$400,000

$0

$60,000

$1,932,095

$2,277,137

$2,213,716

$2,205,692

TOTAL:

SEWER FUND APPROPRIATIONS

247

SEWER FUND
SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS

2012/2013
Actual

D.P.W. DIVISION OF SEWERS AND STREAMS


SPECIAL OBJECTS OF EXPENSE
TOTAL:

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$2,277,361
$3,401,817

$2,410,858
$3,471,873

$2,326,426
$3,358,272

$2,388,624
$3,430,653

$5,679,178

$5,882,731

$5,684,698

$5,819,277

248

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF SEWERS AND STREAMS

I.

Program Responsibilities:
The Division of Sewers and Streams operates and maintains the Syracuse Public Sewer System, which collects and
transports sanitary and industrial wastes and surface water drainage. The Division is responsible for maintaining the
City's sewer system, which consists of approximately 467 miles of sewer mains, 11,290 catch basins, 7,045 manholes,
12 miles of creeks and brooks and 8 miles of fencing. The Division provides service to 44,000 residential and
commercial lateral lines and vents. Besides the functions and activities listed below, division crews are utilized in
keeping catch basin tops and creek racks free of debris during rain storms.

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

IV. Activity Indicators

Digging Division

23%

Repair Mains
Repair House Laterals
Repair House Vents
Repair Catch Basin Laterals
Repair Manholes
Other Cave-Ins or Dig Jobs
Maintain Street Cuts

Flushing & Main Sewer Cleaning

18%

Flush Cellars or Vents


Jet Clean Main Sewers (Sections)
Jet Clean Main Sewers (Miles)
Jet Open Main Sewers
Replace Vent Caps
Jet Flush Sewer Laterals

Main Cleaning Division

13%

Loads to Metro
Clean Catch Basins
Special Events (Hours)
Clean Main Sewers(Sections)
Clean Main Sewers (Miles)

V.
2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

24
37
186
22
0
40
108

20
30
150
28
1
40
120

20
30
50
28
1
40
200

6,765
400
21
37
99
98

4,000
400
20
40
150
100

4,100
400
20
40
150
100

86
131
100
137
7

89
130
100
130
7

89
130
100
130
7

249

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


DIVISION OF SEWERS AND STREAMS

II. Major Functions

III. Cost of
Function as
a % of Total
Budget

V.
IV. Activity Indicators

Mason Division

23%

Catch Basins Repaired


Manholes Cut Out
Manholes Raised/Repaired
Manholes Sealed/CBs Patched
New Catch Basins Installed
Catch Basins Cut Out
New Stone Tops Fabricated

Mechanical Catch Basin Cleaning

12%

Catch Basins Cleaned


Pick Up Mason Piles
Basin Tops Cleaned

TV Inspections

3%

Sewer Sections Inspected


Feet Inspected
UFPO/Vent Locations
Misc Office Days
MHs Located & Inspected
Laterals Located and TV Inspected

Creek Cleaning & Fence Repair

3%

Fence Repaired/Retied (Feet)


Creek Banks Cleaned (Feet)
Creek Rack Hours
Shallow Vent Repairs

Locator

5%

DSNY Locations
Emergency Locations
Vent/Lateral Locations

2012/2013
Actual

VI.
2013/2014
Estimate

VII.
2014/2015
Proposed

638
82
46
446
0
703
218

500
45
45
350
1
500
100

500
45
45
350
1
500
100

5,092
48
4,599

4,000
100
2,500

4,000
100
1,000

243
57,265
32
45
161
162

200
40,000
50
45
50
60

200
40,000
50
45
50
60

62
30
565
5

100
0
600
6

50
0
600
50

3,132
572
351

2,500
550
300

2,500
550
300

50

250

SEWER FUND
D.P.W. BUREAU OF SEWERS AND STREAMS
06.81100

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENSE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
102
Wages
104
Overtime
110
Uniform Allowance
191
Less: Reimbursement from Other Funds
197
Less: Reimbursement from Street Reconstruction
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
206
Tools Operating Equipment & Livestock
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
401
Motor Equipment Operating Supplies
402
Motor Equipment Repair Supplies
403
Office Supplies
405
Functional Operating Supplies & Expenses
407
Equipment Repair Supplies
408
Uniforms
415
Rent, Professional & Contract. Services
416
Travel, Training & Development
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$149,058
$1,257,862
$188,355
$8,425
($36,289)
($36,036)

$159,652
$1,279,106
$200,000
$8,600
$0
($30,000)

$164,562
$1,277,089
$200,000
$7,625
($20,000)
($30,000)

$169,380
$1,282,584
$200,000
$9,575
($20,000)
($30,000)

$1,531,375

$1,617,358

$1,599,276

$1,611,539

$0
$7,895

$750
$12,000

$500
$12,000

$500
$10,000

$7,895

$12,750

$12,500

$10,500

$30,000
$0
$526
$131,942
$1,951
$11,648
$561,335
$689

$30,000
$0
$500
$132,000
$3,000
$14,000
$600,000
$1,250

$200,000
$85,000
$500
$132,000
$3,000
$13,500
$280,150
$500

$200,000
$85,000
$500
$178,160
$2,000
$13,550
$286,625
$750

$738,091

$780,750

$714,650

$766,585

$2,277,361

$2,410,858

$2,326,426

$2,388,624

251

PERSONAL SERVICE DETAILS


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
DIVISION OF SEWERS AND STREAMS
06.81100

Position
Superintendent of Sewers and Streams
Closed Circuit T.V. Operator

Number of Positions
2013/2014
2014/2015
Budget
Proposed

Grade

Rate

16M
10

$49,241-$68,805
$36,939-$43,761

1
2

1
2

5
1
4
3
32

5
1
4
3
32

Subtotal

45

45

GRAND TOTAL

48

48

Subtotal
Sewer Maintenance Crewleader
Underground Facilities Locator
Mason
Motor Equipment Operator II
Sewer Maintenance Worker I

24
15
14
12
8

$19.24-$19.62
$16.88-$18.06
$16.73-$17.92
$16.25-$17.48
$15.52-$16.75

252

SEWER FUND
SPECIAL OBJECTS OF EXPENSE

2012/2013
Actual

06.13260
06.90050
06.90100
06.90300
06.90400
06.90600
06.90900
06.99999
06.99999
06.99999
TOTAL:

Fiscal Services
Allowance For Negotiations
Employee Retirement System
Social Security
Workers' Compensation
Hospital, Medical & Surgical Insurance
Compensated Absences
Transfer to General Fund - City Services
Capital Appropriation
Transfer for Debt Service

$6,174
$15,911
$287,544
$119,306
$230,102
$559,331
($38,356)
$525,000
$895,000
$801,805
$3,401,817

2013/2014
Authorized

$6,000
$0
$358,670
$130,000
$300,244
$510,494
$10,000
$525,000
$830,000
$801,465
$3,471,873

2013/2014
Projected

$6,000
($15,911)
$328,359
$125,000
$225,909
$522,450
$10,000
$525,000
$830,000
$801,465
$3,358,272

2014/2015
Proposed

$6,000
$0
$325,777
$122,500
$270,900
$506,345
$10,000
$525,000
$865,250
$798,881
$3,430,653

253

SEWER FUND DEBT SERVICE


SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

SERIAL BONDS - PRINCIPAL


SERIAL BONDS - INTEREST

$526,836
$274,969

$548,711
$252,754

$548,711
$252,754

$569,024
$229,857

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE:

$801,805

$801,465

$801,465

$798,881

254

SEWER FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-PRINCIPAL
11.87106

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


320

Sewer and Manhole Rehabilitation-2002

370

Catherine Heights/Hopper Road Drainage


Valley Drive Sewer and Water Main

375

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$70,793

$73,625

$73,625

$76,457

$21,951
$153,849

$23,205
$162,641

$23,205
$162,641

$23,832
$167,036

Sewer and Manhole Rehabilitation-1994

$78,864

$81,521

$81,521

$84,876

405

Sewer and Manhole Rehabilitation-2003


Sewer and Manhole Rehabilitation-2004
Sewer and Manhole Rehabilitation-2005

$40,054
$40,054
$33,245

$41,031
$41,031
$34,056

$41,031
$41,031
$34,056

$42,985
$42,985
$35,678

430

Valley Drive Storm Sewer

$18,329

$19,223

$19,223

$20,117

435

Valley Drive Storm Sewer

$69,697

$72,378

$72,378

$75,058

$526,836

$548,711

$548,711

$569,024

TOTAL:

255

SEWER FUND DEBT SERVICE


SERIAL BONDS-INTEREST
11.87107

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

320

Sewer and Manhole Rehabilitation-2002

$16,093

$13,610

$13,610

$10,936

370

Catherine Heights/Hopper Road Drainage


Valley Drive Sewer and Water Main

$13,440
$94,194

$12,562
$88,040

$12,562
$88,040

$11,632
$81,534

375

Sewer and Manhole Rehabilitation-1994

$7,904

$5,080

$5,080

$1,818

405

Sewer and Manhole Rehabilitation-2003


Sewer and Manhole Rehabilitation-2004
Sewer and Manhole Rehabilitation-2005

$35,892
$35,892
$29,790

$33,788
$33,788
$28,044

$33,788
$33,788
$28,044

$31,736
$31,736
$26,342

430

Valley Drive Storm Sewer

$9,998

$9,266

$9,266

$8,496

435

Valley Drive Storm Sewer

$31,766

$28,576

$28,576

$25,627

$274,969

$252,754

$252,754

$229,857

TOTAL:

DOWNTOWN SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND

259

DOWNTOWN SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND

2012/2013
Actual
PROGRAM EXPENDITURES
Administration
Marketing
Environmental Maintenance
Economic Development
Transportation
Security
Connective Corridor
Farmers Market
Arts and Crafts
Various Grants
Reserve

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$227,475
$198,568
$262,186
$92,848
$61,323
$149,808
$0
$10,335
$61,765
$302,142
$42,500

$226,800
$200,602
$239,887
$89,683
$60,350
$155,278
$137,172
$9,000
$61,600
$30,200
$37,428

$226,800
$193,443
$248,947
$106,656
$62,875
$150,038
$0
$4,748
$61,255
$112,265
$25,500

$231,980
$191,719
$240,110
$109,148
$64,908
$154,465
$0
$6,000
$61,300
$206,000
$25,500

$1,408,950

$1,248,000

$1,192,527

$1,291,130

$2,397
$9,319
$87,752
$126,409
$12,752
$69,475
$226,041

$2,500
$9,300
$75,100
$106,000
$0
$56,000
$0

$1,000
$11,037
$87,893
$107,000
$0
$59,100
$77,765

$1,130
$11,000
$82,500
$112,000
$0
$59,500
$175,000

TOTAL:

$534,145

$248,900

$343,795

$441,130

Special Assessment
Allowance for Uncollected Assessment

$807,500
$42,500

$961,672
$37,428

$824,500
$25,500

$824,500
$25,500

SPECIAL ASSESSMENT LEVY

$850,000

$999,100

$850,000

$850,000

TOTAL:
PROGRAM REVENUE
Interest
Farmers Market
Arts and Crafts
Transportation
State Grant
Miscellaneous
Various Grants

260

DOWNTOWN SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND


ADMINISTRATION
03.00530.0.601

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

Salaries and Fringe


Operations and Administration
Office Supplies
Transportation and Travel
Insurance
Office Rent
Machine Contract
Other Expenses

$128,671
$19,474
$4,114
$531
$8,672
$34,935
$3,114
$27,964

$133,500
$22,000
$3,800
$1,000
$6,500
$30,000
$3,000
$27,000

$133,500
$21,000
$3,000
$3,500
$9,000
$28,800
$3,000
$25,000

$140,820
$21,000
$3,000
$500
$9,350
$26,310
$4,000
$27,000

TOTAL:

$227,475

$226,800

$226,800

$231,980

TOTAL FUNDED BY SPECIAL ASSESSMENT

$231,640

$226,800

$226,800

$231,980

261

DOWNTOWN SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND


MARKETING
03.00530.0.602

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

Salaries and Fringe


Promotions
Printing
Events
Advertising
Postage
Contingency
Website
Branding Campaign

$112,103
$34,558
$8,502
$7,029
$24,200
$2,556
$0
$3,336
$6,284

$125,640
$30,000
$10,000
$7,000
$24,862
$2,500
$100
$500
$0

$112,843
$32,000
$10,000
$8,000
$27,000
$2,700
$100
$800
$0

$119,572
$30,000
$8,047
$9,000
$22,000
$2,500
$500
$100
$0

TOTAL:

$198,568

$200,602

$193,443

$191,719

TOTAL FUNDED BY SPECIAL ASSESSMENT

$112,306

$112,852

$112,852

$88,797

262

DOWNTOWN SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND


ENVIRONMENTAL MAINTENANCE
03.00530.0.603

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

Salaries and Fringe


Operations and Administration
Insurance
Special Projects
Depreciation
Horticulture-Watering Contract
Alarm

$151,297
$32,290
$10,222
$36,349
$25,194
$6,217
$617

$143,270
$27,000
$7,000
$28,000
$28,000
$6,000
$617

$147,000
$27,710
$7,500
$29,000
$27,770
$9,350
$617

$145,140
$28,000
$8,250
$20,000
$18,700
$19,400
$620

TOTAL:

$262,186

$239,887

$248,947

$240,110

TOTAL FUNDED BY SPECIAL ASSESSMENT

$211,337

$239,887

$239,887

$240,110

263

DOWNTOWN SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
03.00530.0.604

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

Salaries and Fringe


Special Projects
Recruitment

$62,509
$13,115
$17,224

$69,683
$2,000
$18,000

$91,156
$2,000
$13,500

$98,148
$2,000
$9,000

TOTAL:

$92,848

$89,683

$106,656

$109,148

TOTAL FUNDED BY SPECIAL ASSESSMENT

$91,399

$89,683

$89,683

$109,148

264

DOWNTOWN SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND


TRANSPORTATION
03.00530.0.605

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

Salaries and Fringe


Rent
Sales Tax
Maintenance
Insurance
Operations
Depreciation
Other

$36,679
$13,858
$7,288
$1,108
$1,711
$679
$0
$0

$36,700
$13,400
$7,600
$1,200
$650
$700
$0
$100

$36,950
$14,900
$8,520
$1,200
$830
$425
$0
$50

$37,450
$15,840
$8,960
$1,200
$1,008
$400
$0
$50

TOTAL:

$61,323

$60,350

$62,875

$64,908

$0

$0

$0

$0

TOTAL FUNDED BY SPECIAL ASSESSMENT

265

DOWNTOWN SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND


SECURITY
03.00530.0.606

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

Salaries and Fringe


Depreciation
Insurance
Operations/Education
Telephone
Other

$111,343
$13,638
$12,836
$5,470
$3,788
$2,733

$118,940
$13,638
$12,500
$6,000
$3,700
$500

$114,500
$13,638
$12,500
$5,600
$3,500
$300

$114,000
$11,055
$13,310
$6,000
$3,700
$6,400

TOTAL:

$149,808

$155,278

$150,038

$154,465

TOTAL FUNDED BY SPECIAL ASSESSMENT

$160,818

$155,278

$155,278

$154,465

266

DOWNTOWN SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND


CONNECTIVE CORRIDOR
03.00530.0.608

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

Salaries and Fringe


Operations and Maintenance
Insurance
Horticulture and Streetscape
Depreciation
Horticulture-Watering Contract
Audit
Alarm

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$85,778
$8,000
$1,000
$26,214
$11,002
$3,000
$1,000
$1,178

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

TOTAL:

$0

$137,172

$0

$0

TOTAL FUNDED BY SPECIAL ASSESSMENT

$0

$137,172

$0

$0

267

CROUSE - MARSHALL SPECIAL ASSESSMENT DISTRICT

DETAIL ANALYSIS OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE


100 PERSONAL SERVICES
101
Salaries
Totals:
200 EQUIPMENT
202
Office Equipment & Furnishings
Totals:
400 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
403
Office Supplies
407
Equipment Repair Supplies & Expenses
415
Rental, Professional & Contractual Services
430
Payments to Other Governments
Totals:
TOTAL:

2012/2013
Actual

2013/2014
Authorized

2013/2014
Projected

2014/2015
Proposed

$24,179

$22,780

$22,780

$22,440

$24,179

$22,780

$22,780

$22,440

$4,048

$3,000

$3,000

$3,000

$4,048

$3,000

$3,000

$3,000

$785
$3,440
$42,548
$0

$1,000
$2,000
$46,220
$0

$850
$1,300
$47,070
$0

$1,000
$1,500
$47,060
$0

$46,773

$49,220

$49,220

$49,560

$75,000

$75,000

$75,000

$75,000

SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET

271

CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1, 2014 JUNE 30, 2015
The Syracuse City School District submitted a general fund budget request of $372,725,991 for fiscal year 2014/2015, a $7,306,953 increase from the
2013/2014 authorized expenditure budget of $365,419,038.
The Mayors proposed budget, summarized in the chart below, maintains the Districts spending ceiling at this level, a 2.0% increase from the 2013/14
budget. The school property tax rate is kept stable in this plan at $17.3555/thousand by lowering the tax levy in proportion to the decrease in the
assessable tax base. The City is transferring an additional $310,679 to the District to meet maintenance of effort requirements.

2013/2014
Authorized
Budget

2014/2015
Proposed
Budget

$364,780,677
$300,944,605

$372,089,286
$308,418,759

$7,308,609
$7,474,154

Tax Budget
+ 1% Pursuant to Law

$63,836,072
$638,361

$63,670,527
$636,705

($165,545)
($1,656)

Total Tax Levy

$64,474,433

$64,307,232

($167,201)

$365,419,038

$372,725,991

$7,306,953

Expenditures Net of 1%
Non-Tax Revenues

Total Budget (with 1%)

Change
From Prior
Year

th

The 2014/15 School District budget that follows is the line item budget request approved by the Board of Education on March 13 . When the Common
Council enacts a final budget, these line items will be adjusted, if necessary, to conform to the Districts total approved amount.

272

SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT


TOTAL REVENUES

State Aid Revenue


Miscellaneous Federal Aid
Medicaid
Other Revenues
Planned Use of Budget Surplus
School Tax Levy
TOTAL:

Authorized
2013/14

Proposed
2014/15

$285,369,505
2,500,000
500,000
4,575,100
8,000,000
64,474,433

$285,999,980
2,500,000
500,000
4,991,779
14,427,000
64,307,232

$630,475
0
0
416,679
6,427,000
(167,201)

$365,419,038

$372,725,991

$7,306,953

Variance

273

SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT


TOTAL REVENUES
2014/15
Proposed Budget
SURPLUS, BALANCE OF PRIOR YEARS
OTHER REVENUES
SALES TAX
SUMMER SCHOOL TUITION
INTERSCHOLASTIC ADMISSIONS
DAY SCHOOL TUITION
HEALTH SERVICES
INTEREST ON INVESTMENT
SCHOOL BUILDING USE
EQUIPMENT RENTAL
COMMISSIONS
SALE OF SCRAP/OBSOLETE EQUIPMENT
OTHER COMPENSATION FOR LOSS
GIFTS AND DONATIONS
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE OTHER SOURCES
INTERFUND
CITY GENERAL FUND TRANSFER
TOTAL OTHER REVENUES:
STATE OF NEW YORK
CONSOLIDATED OPERATING AID
LOTTERY AID
STATE AID CHAPTER ONE ACCRUAL
STATE AID TEXTBOOKS
TUITION AID
COMPUTER SOFTWARE AID
LIBRARY AID
HARDWARE AID
STATE AID - MISCELLANEOUS
TOTAL, STATE AID:

$14,427,000

1,250,000
20,000
5,000
8,000
150,000
200,000
200,000
6,000
75,000
26,000
1,100
50,000
940,000
1,750,000
310,679
$4,991,779

214,028,410
36,492,795
31,727,425
1,378,456
340,000
331,718
138,400
468,951
1,093,825
$285,999,980

274

SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT


TOTAL REVENUES
2014/15
Proposed Budget
STATE MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT:

$500,000

FEDERAL MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT:

$1,500,000

E-RATE REIMBURSEMENT(SMARTNET):

$1,000,000

TOTAL: ESTIMATED REVENUES

COMPUTATION OF TAX LEVY


TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS
LESS: ESTIMATED REVENUES
TAX BUDGET
ONE PERCENT ADDED PURSUANT TO LAW
TOTAL SCHOOL TAX LEVY

$308,418,759

372,089,286
308,418,759
63,670,527
636,705
$64,307,232

275

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014

2014-2015

Adopted
Budget

FTE

Proposed
Budget

FTE

10100 Board of Education

Total

1980 Stipend/Contract Agreement


4280 Advertising
4430 Legal Services
4450 Contract Services
4750 Out-of-District Staff Travel
4840 BOCES Services
4980 Contractual Membership
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5520 Food Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8030 Social Security
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Board of Education

52,500
14,042
35
4,369
104,343
1,307
399
4,024
3,069
22,470
2,160
718
3,150
212,586

7.00
7.00

50,132
317
7,747
2,930
15,461
1,163
685
425
78,860

1.50
1.50

52,500
200
25,000
2,000
20,400
12,240
107,425
1,450
1,600
4,396
3,255
21,606
1,692
763
3,675
258,202

7.00
7.00

66,215
50
1,000
10,303
4,105
15,353
1,178
961
744
99,909

1.50
1.50

52,500
200
25,000
2,000
20,400
12,730
111,722
1,200
1,600
4,268
3,255
22,964
2,173
763
260,775

10400 District Clerk

Total

1800 Clerical
4740 In-District Staff Travel
4750 Out-of-District Staff Travel
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8030 Social Security
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
District Clerk

66,215
50
1,000
10,073
4,105
16,415
1,163
961
232
100,214

276

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014

2014-2015

Adopted
Budget

FTE

Proposed
Budget

FTE

12400 Chief School Administrator

Total

1000 Superintendent of Schools


1015 Senior Administrative Staff
1500 Certified Support Staff
1800 Clerical
1810 Extension/Extra Non Certified
1820 Overtime
1970 Automobile Allowance
4070 Consultant
4230 Misc Insurance
4340 Non-Instruct Equip Rental
4450 Contract Services
4480 Catered Food
4560 Professional Membership
4740 In-District Staff Travel
4750 Out-of-District Staff Travel
4980 Contractual Membership
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5090 Attendance Awards
5430 Miscellaneous Supplies
5520 Food Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Chief School Administrator

241,806
151,042
86,991
144,266
53
795
7,200
1,500
2,777
(300)
327
16,349
2,901
4,687
48
3,468
4,792
66,759
26,646
27,910
(9)
76,521
5,891
8,878
3,358
884,656

1.00
1.00
0.50
3.00
5.50

241,800
148,021
28,629
147,012
450
1,000
7,200
3,000
12,100
3,500
2,000
5,525
800
11,400
4,000
9,400
4,708
4,000
61,880
40,463
27,608
75,341
5,815
8,326
5,707
859,685

1.00
1.00
3.00
5.00

241,800
153,879
150,928
450
1,000
7,200
12,100
2,000
5,525
11,400
4,000
7,600
2,600
56,171
43,650
26,746
72,209
5,157
8,053
1,383
813,851

277

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014
Adopted
Budget

FTE

2014-2015
Proposed
Budget

FTE

13100 Business Administration

Total

1015 Senior Administrative Staff


1030 Director
1040 Administrator - Certified
1090 Assistant Director
1140 Supervisor
1600 Support Staff Non Certified
1740 Programmers/Analyst
1800 Clerical
1820 Overtime
4070 Consultant
4450 Contract Services
4740 In-District Staff Travel
4750 Out-of-District Staff Travel
4790 Maintenance Agreements
4840 BOCES Services
4980 Contractual Membership
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5190 Computer Software
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Business Administration

144,925
33,963
111,675
68,401
2,236
307,434
632,922
25,874
27,530
107,068
158
6,451
3,600
3,050
345
31,095
232,714
76,147
(78)
227,085
21,273
18,274
11,340
2,093,482

1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
5.50
16.00
25.50

141,385
93,840
113,909
76,579
336,752
682,907
36,000
400,500
195,200
5,500
5,000
3,111
2,300
20,700
5,400
283,123
89,844
293,689
23,335
21,481
16,970
$ 2,847,525

1.00
1.00
1.00
0.50
7.00
2.00
18.00
30.50

144,190
92,744
116,153
33,150
408,390
108,973
768,539
36,000
581,500
175,200
200
14,500
5,706
3,200
1,330
33,050
304,656
104,195
1,325
334,721
27,300
24,765
5,194
$ 3,324,981

278

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014

2014-2015

Adopted
Budget

FTE

Proposed
Budget

FTE

13200 Auditing

Total

1630
1800
4450
4750
5010
8010
8030
8050
8060
8090
8110
Auditing

Internal/Claims Auditor
Clerical
Contract Services
Out-of-District Staff Travel
Office Supplies & Equipment
State Retirement (ERS)
Social Security
Medical
Dental
Medicare
Unemployment

42,723
16,595
92,659
9,522
3,510
14,170
1,066
821
850
181,916

1.00
0.50
1.50

66,300
351,974
15,676
480
1,652
245
2,974
49
77,258
26,220
(3)
54,902
7,281
6,132
3,833
614,973

1.00
6.00
7.00

45,000
15,520
258,600
2,160
470
10,804
3,752
15,353
1,178
878
744
354,459

1.50
1.50

67,626
255,529
10,000
3,000
250
100
3,600
2,000
63,649
20,655
40,365
3,898
4,832
4,760
480,264

1.00
6.00
7.00

60,215
258,600
1,500
470
10,499
3,733
16,414
1,164
873
231
353,699

13450 Purchasing

Total

1140 Supervisor
1800 Clerical
1820 Overtime
4280 Advertising
4750 Out-of-District Staff Travel
4980 Contractual Membership
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5190 Computer Software
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Purchasing

67,626
263,019
10,000
2,500
500
500
3,500
63,292
21,121
52,477
6,825
4,941
1,235
497,536

279

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014

2014-2015

Adopted
Budget

FTE

Proposed
Budget

FTE

14200 Legal
4430

Legal Services

462,622

152,952
202,336
211,822
61,841
667,432
119,363
499,800
436
20,675
38,134
32,629
9,851
22,856
2,020
3,084
215,289
53,582
330
6,170
13,826
150,081
136,592
115,642
(33)
278,162
23,353
27,656
12,764
3,078,645

1.00
4.00
2.00
9.75
2.00
10.50
29.25

400,000

1.00
3.00
2.00
10.50
2.50
11.00
30.00

500,000

14300 Personnel

Total

1015 Senior Administrative Staff


1030 Director
1090 Assistant Director
1370 Coordinator
1500 Certified Support Staff
1600 Support Staff Non Certified
1800 Clerical
1810 Extension/Extra Non Certified
1820 Overtime
1850 Extension/Extra Certified
4070 Consultant
4280 Advertising
4450 Contract Services
4740 In-District Staff Travel
4750 Out-of-District Staff Travel
4810 Career Ladder Plan
4840 BOCES Services
4980 Contractual Membership
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5520 Food Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Personnel

152,951
414,172
149,597
697,348
117,482
442,355
17,650
18,000
8,125
180,500
417,320
2,420
32,500
225,000
52,005
700
18,500
12,200
150,895
205,493
122,131
299,509
22,258
29,140
18,984
$ 3,807,235

155,948
331,460
171,492
749,187
158,528
539,523
17,650
18,000
8,125
100,500
764,040
2,320
30,000
225,000
54,750
700
18,170
200
173,828
216,101
130,477
331,446
25,479
31,057
5,562
$ 4,259,543

280

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

FTE

2013-2014
Adopted
Budget

FTE

2014-2015
Proposed
Budget

14600 Records Management Officer

Total

1800 Clerical
4790 Maintenance Agreements
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8030 Social Security
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Records Management Officer

81,481
5,778
15,352
4,745
31,934
2,339
1,110
918
143,657

1.00
1.00

85,835
2,341
72,147
52,800
1,771
9,113
6,336
45,799
987
29,890
80
1,643

1.00
1.00
1.00
-

44,534
10,000
1,080
9,308
2,761
15,353
1,178
646
595
85,455

1.00
1.00

87,552
62,424
52,800
50,000
50,000
167,500
63,200
510
500

1.00
1.00
1.00
-

38,449
6,344
2,384
16,415
1,163
558
155
65,468

14800 Public Information & Services


1370
1500
1600
1800
1820
4280
4410
4450
4730
4750
4840
4980
5010

Coordinator
Certified Support Staff
Support Staff Non Certified
Clerical
Overtime
Advertising
Printing Outside Vendor
Contract Services
Postage
Out-of-District Staff Travel
BOCES Services
Contractual Membership
Office Supplies & Equipment

89,275
61,200
53,786
50,000
100,000
350,000
240,000
68,800
510
500

281

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014

2014-2015

Adopted
Budget

FTE

Proposed
Budget

FTE

14800 Public Information & Services

Total

5430 Miscellaneous Supplies


5520 Food Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Public Information & Services

260
12,613
10,002
12,830
35,626
1,682
3,001
1,275
386,031

3.00

104,661
90,788
66,922
381,746
3,159,852
3,393,516
747,808
172,315
1,183,492
231,795
415
19,415
60,763
61,255
792
562,842

1.00
1.00
6.00
81.00
74.00
16.00
4.00
4.00
-

1,500
18,151
14,227
12,572
36,959
1,692
2,940
1,880
624,407

3.00

106,754
92,604
384,361
3,094,965
3,428,412
698,715
177,698
851,086
216,445
15,000
118,141
64,460
5,000
435,529

1.00
1.00
6.00
81.00
75.00
17.00
4.00
4.00
-

17,536
15,649
12,664
39,379
1,668
2,961
485
$ 1,104,413

16200 Operation of Plant


1030
1070
1140
1600
1640
1650
1680
1800
1820
1940
2980
4070
4310
4340
4410
4450

Director
Administrator - Non-Certified
Supervisor
Support Staff Non Certified
Custodial Worker
Custodian
Labor
Clerical
Overtime
Automotive Mechanic
Vehicles
Consultant
Land/Building Rental
Non-Instruct Equip Rental
Printing Outside Vendor
Contract Services

106,707
92,563
391,133
3,143,696
3,548,993
762,923
183,129
851,086
220,086
15,000
118,141
68,900
5,000
1,413,029

282

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013

2013-2014

Actual
Expenditures

FTE

4,796,393
17,536
2,197
1,728
447,184
530
6,746
1,592
426,711
18,156
12,963
469,709
1,784,810
567,313
(1,666)
2,319,463
174,329
132,697
85,001
$ 21,501,769

187.00

Adopted
Budget

2014-2015
FTE

Proposed
Budget

16200 Operation of Plant

Total

4540 Electric/Gas
4610 Auto/Truck Repair
4650 Equipment Repair
4740 In-District Staff Travel
4750 Out-of-District Staff Travel
4790 Maintenance Agreements
4980 Contractual Membership
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5260 Uniforms/Supplies
5730 Custodial Supplies
5740 Maintenance Supplies
5760 Repair Supplies & Parts
5990 Building Materials/Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Operation of Plant

5,232,820
50,000
10,000
1,179
815
646,485
1,500
6,900
5,000
383,735
35,000
208,800
330,000
1,823,267
515,221
2,158,974
167,124
131,257
112,062
$ 21,509,309

189.00

5,541,335
50,000
19,000
1,179
815
646,485
1,500
13,700
5,000
449,999
35,000
217,000
330,000
1,834,619
531,018
2,326,592
168,545
134,858
29,556
$ 23,256,587

283

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014
Adopted
Budget

FTE

2014-2015
Proposed
Budget

FTE

16210 Maintenance of Plant

Total

1070 Administrator - Non-Certified


1690 Tradesmen/Journeyman
1800 Clerical
1820 Overtime
2010 Non-Instructional Equipment
4450 Contract Services
4650 Equipment Repair
4740 In-District Staff Travel
5430 Miscellaneous Supplies
5750 Gas & Oil
5760 Repair Supplies & Parts
5860 Electric Supplies
5910 Carpentry Supplies
5990 Building Materials/Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8030 Social Security
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
8150 Union Hall Benefits
Maintenance of Plant

76,500
2,734,894
6,519
11,905
4,580
93
53,741
201,265
31,584
(65)
(777)
691,173
507,013
168,889
479,330
38,300
39,498
19,149
20,603
5,084,194

1.00
38.00
39.00

78,030
2,616,558
5,000
17,667
10,000
3,915
900
152,000
36,000
763,560
546,076
167,376
498,108
38,424
39,141
23,555
$ 4,996,310

1.00
38.00
39.00

78,030
2,662,441
5,000
19,630
10,000
4,350
900
210,000
40,000
829,670
523,059
170,225
508,780
37,415
39,806
6,121
$ 5,145,427

284

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014

2014-2015

Adopted
Budget

FTE

Proposed
Budget

FTE

16600 Central Storeroom

Total

1430 Driver
1600 Support Staff Non Certified
1800 Clerical
1820 Overtime
4450 Contract Services
4650 Equipment Repair
5005 Inventory Adjustment
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5190 Computer Software
5260 Uniforms/Supplies
5430 Miscellaneous Supplies
5760 Repair Supplies & Parts
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Central Storeroom

138,639
83,869
247,584
8,952
45,933
8,090
(394,914)
4,561
85
761
91,453
28,479
(21)
126,338
7,941
6,661
4,161
408,572

3.00
6.00
9.00

124,882
252,954
10,000
65,950
70,000
1,500
200
5,000
7,000
81,058
24,046
104,624
6,918
5,625
5,950
765,707

3.00
1.00
6.00
10.00

127,255
50,000
257,670
10,000
61,000
25,000
3,000
1,000
85,225
27,585
118,137
7,330
6,451
1,700
781,353

285

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014
Adopted
Budget

FTE

2014-2015
Proposed
Budget

FTE

16700 Central Printing And Mailing

Total

1800 Clerical
1820 Overtime
2010 Non-Instructional Equipment
4340 Non-Instruct Equip Rental
4450 Contract Services
4650 Equipment Repair
4730 Postage
4790 Maintenance Agreements
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5070 Print Shop Paper
5760 Repair Supplies & Parts
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8030 Social Security
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Central Printing And Mailing

314,600
1,340
105,172
5,197
184,709
23,539
2,651
157,725
58,777
18,711
96,542
7,048
4,376
3,568
983,955

7.50
7.50

307,614
5,000
25,000
104,260
500
5,000
220,000
28,366
3,900
190,000
5,000
64,753
19,383
92,118
7,068
4,534
4,664
$ 1,087,160

7.50
7.50

315,235
5,000
176,052
500
6,000
28,366
3,900
190,000
5,000
64,124
19,855
98,490
6,978
4,644
1,237
925,381

286

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014
Adopted
Budget

FTE

2014-2015
Proposed
Budget

FTE

16800 Central Data Processing


1070
1140
1500
1600
1680
1740
1780
1800
1820
2010
2020
4070
4340
4450
4520
4530
4650
4740
4750
4790
4840
4980
5010
5190
5430

Administrator - Non-Certified
Supervisor
Certified Support Staff
Support Staff Non Certified
Labor
Programmers/Analyst
Electronic Equip Technician
Clerical
Overtime
Non-Instructional Equipment
Instructional Equipment
Consultant
Non-Instruct Equip Rental
Contract Services
Telephone
Cellular Services
Equipment Repair
In-District Staff Travel
Out-of-District Staff Travel
Maintenance Agreements
BOCES Services
Contractual Membership
Office Supplies & Equipment
Computer Software
Miscellaneous Supplies

61,200
128,270
159,976
129,480
751,428
903,100
64,839
22,033
5,299
32,200
565,753
201,866
658,490
108,943
9,672
173
2,876
1,116,509
204,543
38,092
44,098
1,043

2.00
1.00
1.00
13.00
11.00
1.00
-

130,835
73,338
51,459
832,755
643,719
45,336
13,000
145,000
55,000
30,000
650,000
346,500
720,000
150,960
15,000
3,081
5,000
1,480,050
74,602
57,000
230,850
34,000

0.50
1.00
1.00
13.00
11.00
6.00
-

43,350
73,338
52,957
898,023
670,158
251,649
20,500
145,000
30,000
1,500
650,000
348,000
867,310
135,960
15,000
1,000
2,500
1,560,090
76,094
500
37,080
290,000
10,000

287

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014

2014-2015

Adopted
Budget

FTE

Proposed
Budget

FTE

16800 Central Data Processing

Total

5760 Repair Supplies & Parts


8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Central Data Processing

72,979
391,784
15,187
133,167
(172)
389,507
31,715
31,144
15,582
6,290,776

29.00

190,132
114,142
106,034
410,308

146,106

121,364

90,000
340,605
21,261
111,007
332,631
25,830
25,958
17,998
$ 6,752,775

32.50

90,000
375,586
124,618
341,228
27,805
29,147
5,492
$ 7,173,885

19100 Unallocated Insurance

Total

4210 Fire Insurance


4230 Misc Insurance
4240 Auto/Truck Insurance
Unallocated Insurance

244,994
57,818
123,105
425,917

317,311
83,700
126,278
527,289

500,000

500,000

220,000

220,000

19300 Judgment and Claims


4270

Judgments & Claims

19500 Assessments on School Property


4550

Assessments/Taxes

288

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014

2014-2015

Adopted
Budget

FTE

Proposed
Budget

FTE

20100 Curric Development & Supervision


1015
1030
1040
1090
1140
1370
1500
1600
1740
1800
1820
1850
4070
4310
4340
4450

Senior Administrative Staff


Director
Administrator - Certified
Assistant Director
Supervisor
Coordinator
Certified Support Staff
Support Staff Non Certified
Programmers/Analyst
Clerical
Overtime
Extension/Extra Certified
Consultant
Land/Building Rental
Non-Instruct Equip Rental
Contract Services

146,000
232,017
106,380
223,351
246,736
151,065
238,981
6,843
282,095
158,002

1.00
4.85
2.00
2.00
3.50
3.50
2.00
8.25
-

143,938
585,386
199,645
195,805
253,385
312,596
135,236
341,691
299,649
446,030

1.00
4.35
1.00
2.00
4.50
3.00
0.50
1.50
1.00
10.25
-

146,758
529,590
112,534
211,581
404,884
277,182
28,650
103,307
55,000
435,163
69,231
3,000
5,000
3,500
1,176,989

289

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014
FTE

Adopted
Budget

2014-2015
FTE

Proposed
Budget

20100 Curric Development & Supervision

Total

4740 In-District Staff Travel


4790 Maintenance Agreements
4980 Contractual Membership
5000 Instructional Supplies
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5190 Computer Software
5430 Miscellaneous Supplies
5520 Food Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Curric Development & Supervision

157
655
7,215
9,333
643
801
84,745
129,001
96,976
(554)
195,840
15,397
23,176
15,532
2,370,387

27.10

600
23,600
59,000
23,375
2,500
11,600
105,584
311,614
140,915
297,658
23,110
35,782
17,966
$ 3,966,665

29.10

1,400
23,600
219
106,599
95,775
8,208
23,500
133,201
299,694
143,981
1,252
290,842
21,079
34,427
5,173
$ 4,751,319

290

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014
Adopted
Budget

FTE

2014-2015
Proposed
Budget

FTE

20200 Supervision - Regular School

Total

1030 Director
1040 Administrator - Certified
1070 Administrator - Non-Certified
1140 Supervisor
1170 Staff Development Ext Service
1370 Coordinator
1400 Daily Substitute Service
1500 Certified Support Staff
1530 Vice Principal
1570 Principal
1800 Clerical
1810 Extension/Extra Non Certified
1820 Overtime
1850 Extension/Extra Certified
4070 Consultant
4310 Land/Building Rental
4740 In-District Staff Travel
4750 Out-of-District Staff Travel
4980 Contractual Membership
5000 Instructional Supplies
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5430 Miscellaneous Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Supervision - Regular School

509,690
517,346
23,082
348,057
45,199
38,534
50,343
3,818,533
3,527,018
2,331,770
65,766
6,185
160
27,072
780
1,833
938
200,443
11,691
430,380
1,014,124
662,350
(113)
1,755,298
141,406
157,537
76,917
$ 15,762,339

4.00
8.00
0.50
3.00
2.00
41.00
33.00
75.00
166.50

537,467
578,270
43,350
314,205
7,706
60,000
149,297
3,831,991
3,729,028
2,331,560
88,500
1,500
31,000
700
12,000
500
40,000
253,177
493,313
1,486,553
708,718
1,832,899
143,447
169,245
108,968
$ 16,953,394

3.00
8.00
3.00
2.00
40.00
33.00
71.00
160.00

395,429
575,876
320,253
7,706
60,000
143,679
3,843,814
3,780,138
2,203,658
88,500
31,000
700
12,000
680,623
247,177
12,000
441,068
1,589,431
699,189
2,019
1,921,531
140,726
165,573
27,427
$ 17,389,517

291

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014

2014-2015

Adopted
Budget

FTE

Proposed
Budget

FTE

20400 Supervision - Special School

Total

1370 Coordinator
1530 Vice Principal
1570 Principal
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Supervision - Special School

7,777
7,446
9,308
2,904
1,521
356
29,312

81,863
145,603
70,379
6,957
81,776
94,692
12,030
1,391
59
36,003
33,885
29,083
55,881
4,381
6,802
3,431
664,216

1.00
2.00
2.00
5.00

7,777
9,308
9,308
4,290
1,636
383
1,734
34,436

137,813
226,401
91,902
207,421
15,800
18,360
1,700
19,207
92,891
33,404
40,365
3,234
9,623
4,577
902,698

1.00
1.00
2.00
4.00

7,777
9,308
9,308
4,627
1,636
383
397
33,436

20600 Research, Planning & Evaluation

Total

1015 Senior Administrative Staff


1030 Director
1140 Supervisor
1370 Coordinator
1600 Support Staff Non Certified
1800 Clerical
1850 Extension/Extra Certified
4790 Maintenance Agreements
4840 BOCES Services
5000 Instructional Supplies
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Research, Planning & Evaluation

140,513
92,083
92,728
224,221
15,800
18,360
1,700
18,731
80,080
25,954
36,062
2,678
7,970
838
757,718

292

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014
Adopted
Budget

FTE

2014-2015
Proposed
Budget

FTE

21100 Teaching - Regular School


1030
1110
1170
1200
1210
1250
1300
1310
1320
1340
1350
1400
1460
1500
1550
1570
1600
1700
1720
1770
1780
1800
1810
1820
1850
1860
1980
2010
2020
4070
4450

Director
Sabbatical Leave
Staff Development Ext Service
Teacher, Grade K-3
Security
Teacher, Grade 4-6
Teacher, Grade 7-8
Workers' Compensation Salary
Teaching Assistant
Library Media Specialist
Teacher, Grade 9-12
Daily Substitute Service
Leave of Absence with Pay
Certified Support Staff
Social Worker
Principal
Support Staff Non Certified
School Monitor
Elem.Breakfast/Lunch Aide
Homebound
Electronic Equip Technician
Clerical
Extension/Extra Non Certified
Overtime
Extension/Extra Certified
Teacher, Adult Education
Stipend/Contract Agreement
Non-Instructional Equipment
Instructional Equipment
Consultant
Contract Services

70,958
124,058
33,244,008
15,407
3,098,115
12,730,483
119,791
3,363,539
3,824
17,258,380
2,142,924
137,303
223,919
5,486
310,283
1,503,092
629,531
314,333
42,371
1,197
38,009
291,170
950
13,946
1,965,980

1.00
3.00
533.30
50.60
214.50
6.00
111.00
276.10
9.50
11.00
56.00
35.50
1.00
1.00
-

74,047
88,596
12,475
34,354,173
30,000
3,147,374
13,276,153
821,810
3,268,214
17,069,358
1,779,000
525,000
600,916
315,561
1,589,134
745,353
409,757
62,982
42,371
15,000
1,666,676
5,000
10,800
3,743,310

1.00
3.00
526.70
50.10
227.20
3.00
118.00
284.00
9.00
1.00
11.00
60.00
36.00
1.00
2.00
-

74,014
80,818
36,015
33,335,454
30,000
2,993,603
13,551,711
643,850
3,540,051
17,371,912
1,779,000
100,000
591,820
106,949
324,409
1,686,946
745,353
409,757
64,210
76,739
16,000
15,000
795,150
1,871,544
100,000
5,000
10,800
6,678,250

293

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

14,727,180
70
8,416
(221,060)
9,320
1,762
12,964
8,242
1,790,999
15,878
10,020
691,094
11,262
206
23,616
89,464
132
272,559
8,323,327
4,518,408
(20,025)
12,994,062
1,031,818
1,056,860
701,330
$ 123,706,961

2013-2014

2014-2015

FTE

Adopted
Budget

FTE

Proposed
Budget

1,309.50

15,580,580
50,667
35,000
315,000
29,000
6,250
14,000
12,260
50,000
42,000
3,437,250
20,000
10,000
1,831,656
6,624
16,500
30,000
449,000
500
362,046
12,391,818
4,713,327
13,858,897
1,075,000
1,158,477
758,616
$139,907,528

1,333.00

16,929,982
54,667
35,000
315,000
78,000
8,000
14,000
34,460
50,000
42,000
1,546,500
20,000
11,000
1,139,830
12,024
16,500
30,000
302,500
10,500
345,532
13,145,189
4,728,336
6,615
15,210,567
1,128,863
1,163,511
212,442
$143,625,373

21100 Teaching - Regular School

Total

4460 Tuition Charter Schools


4640 Educational Testing Fees
4650 Equipment Repair
4710 Tuition NYS Public Districts
4720 Field Trips
4730 Postage
4740 In-District Staff Travel
4750 Out-of-District Staff Travel
4760 Student Travel
4790 Maintenance Agreements
4800 Textbooks
4840 BOCES Services
4980 Contractual Membership
5000 Instructional Supplies
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5190 Computer Software
5260 Uniforms/Supplies
5430 Miscellaneous Supplies
5520 Food Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Teaching - Regular School

294

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014
Adopted
Budget

FTE

2014-2015
Proposed
Budget

FTE

22500 Prog For Students With Disabilities


1030
1090
1200
1220
1230
1240
1250
1280
1300
1320
1330
1350
1440
1500
1540
1550
1750
1770
1800
1850
4070
4460
4630
4650
4710

Director
Assistant Director
Teacher, Grade K-3
Occupational Therapist
Physical Therapist
Adaptive Physical Ed Teacher
Teacher, Grade 4-6
Speech/Language Pathologist
Teacher, Grade 7-8
Teaching Assistant
Occ/Phys Therapist Assistant
Teacher, Grade 9-12
School Health Attendant
Certified Support Staff
Psychologist
Social Worker
Nurse
Homebound
Clerical
Extension/Extra Certified
Consultant
Tuition Charter Schools
Tuition - All Other
Equipment Repair
Tuition NYS Public Districts

118,074
146,297
10,770,103
879,912
377,901
532,435
454,671
3,612,422
3,231,475
8,023,554
19,382
5,749,414
165,841
337,387
15,104
175,766
216,287
194,706
78,143
8,987
238,513
976,329
474,142

167.50
13.00
5.40
9.10
8.00
54.00
52.40
279.00
0.60
85.60
5.00
5.00
0.20
1.00
-

10,936,520
881,257
383,678
539,028
541,459
3,661,642
3,272,432
8,108,371
19,770
5,560,120
171,914
376,560
15,406
274,241
25,652
100,000
12,000
213,644
1,298,100
1,000
800,000

165.80
13.00
5.40
9.10
8.00
54.00
52.90
302.00
0.60
86.30
5.00
7.00
0.20
2.00
2.00
-

10,528,719
835,295
385,756
552,177
530,635
3,496,422
3,200,436
8,745,566
19,770
5,410,029
172,555
534,179
16,936
96,263
274,241
68,280
100,000
12,000
228,288
1,335,000
1,000
700,000

295

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013

2013-2014

Actual
Expenditures

FTE

12,375
162
2,078,920
318
36,166
9,927
1,192
316,456
3,916,803
2,081,397
(2,010)
7,696,341
592,544
486,946
307,088
$ 54,331,470

685.80

Adopted
Budget

2014-2015
Proposed
Budget

FTE

22500 Prog For Students With Disabilities

Total

4740 In-District Staff Travel


4750 Out-of-District Staff Travel
4840 BOCES Services
4980 Contractual Membership
5000 Instructional Supplies
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5520 Food Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Prog For Students With Disabilities

16,000
400
2,187,754
2,500
37,458
800
2,500
296,104
5,357,056
2,151,630
7,755,372
601,690
505,564
404,100
$ 56,511,722

713.30

16,000
400
2,231,509
2,719
37,458
800
2,500
284,425
5,817,073
2,158,113
16,688
8,230,503
604,358
507,004
110,880
$ 57,263,977

22800 Occupational Education (9-12)

Total

1030 Director
1350 Teacher, Grade 9-12
1850 Extension/Extra Certified
4450 Contract Services
4790 Maintenance Agreements
4980 Contractual Membership
5000 Instructional Supplies
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Occupational Education (9-12)

379,145
1,200
707
50,473
42,130
22,572
62,663
4,891
5,279
3,529
572,589

1.00
8.00
9.00

113,011
514,288
39,634
1,700
700
255,800
104,450
41,170
86,424
7,432
9,670
6,248
$ 1,180,527

1.00
13.00
14.00

111,740
822,470
19,817
118,700
1,150
5,000
250,800
167,240
59,150
905
180,479
13,146
13,834
2,344
$ 1,766,775

296

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014

2014-2015

Adopted
Budget

FTE

Proposed
Budget

FTE

23300 Teaching - Special Schools

Total

1200 Teacher, Grade K-3


1350 Teacher, Grade 9-12
1370 Coordinator
1400 Daily Substitute Service
1500 Certified Support Staff
1600 Support Staff Non Certified
1700 School Monitor
1750 Nurse
1800 Clerical
1820 Overtime
1850 Extension/Extra Certified
1860 Teacher, Adult Education
4310 Land/Building Rental
4450 Contract Services
4750 Out-of-District Staff Travel
5000 Instructional Supplies
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5520 Food Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Teaching - Special Schools

73,210
230,642
24,548
45,285
46,435
22,109
49,322
4,604
66,719
503,810
4,271
12,960
18,821
9,075
49
1,185
36,323
88,589
64,482
131,862
9,646
15,081
6,632
1,465,660

5,000
19,000
36,000
54,382
4,500
7,500
10,000
22,861
813
7,092
1,660
2,135
170,943

1.00
0.25
0.86
0.66
8.51
11.28

74,130
25,973
5,000
39,977
31,304
19,000
36,000
54,382
506,045
4,500
320,935
4,748
25,941
39,469
84,144
49,091
111,549
8,191
11,484
2,291
$ 1,454,154

297

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014
Adopted
Budget

FTE

2014-2015
Proposed
Budget

FTE

26100 School Library & Audiovisual

Total

1320 Teaching Assistant


1340 Library Media Specialist
1500 Certified Support Staff
4450 Contract Services
4790 Maintenance Agreements
4840 BOCES Services
5000 Instructional Supplies
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5140 Library Books State Aided
5170 Library Resources
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
School Library & Audiovisual

156,643
961,549
12,920
4,371
20,493
2,550
196,225
6,904
140,664
4
125,367
67,355
205,076
16,765
15,751
9,315
1,941,952

5.00
18.00
0.22
23.22

155,379
1,108,624
13,066
27,600
2,890
224,130
7,290
140,650
207,520
79,179
243,891
19,021
18,517
13,428
$ 2,261,185

5.00
19.50
24.50

155,380
1,151,154
30,393
2,890
100,000
7,300
140,650
221,181
81,004
257,579
19,741
18,944
3,797
$ 2,190,013

1,221,117
234,202
1,048,722
2,504,041

26300 Computer Assisted Instruction

Total

2210 Computer Hardware Aidable


4190 Data Access Subscription
4790 Maintenance Agreements
5000 Instructional Supplies
5190 Computer Software
Computer Assisted Instruction

466,720
337,110
125,000
1,000,000
570,000
$ 2,498,830

466,720
337,110
115,000
350,000
570,000
$ 1,838,830

298

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014

2014-2015

Adopted
Budget

FTE

Proposed
Budget

FTE

28050 Attendance Regular School

Total

1600 Support Staff Non Certified


4740 In-District Staff Travel
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8030 Social Security
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Attendance Regular School

79,749
173
15,246
4,767
22,734
1,672
1,115
850
126,306

2.00
2.00

82,578
600
300
17,258
5,120
21,606
1,692
1,198
1,190
131,542

2.00
2.00

223,898
2,913,136
3,090
337
733
40,576
340,080
187,991
(148)
523,577
41,829
43,967
22,567
4,341,633

8.50
36.00
44.50

227,973
2,590,046
200
1,250
600
1,200
1,200
44,866
420,881
174,717
506,343
39,227
40,863
25,945
$ 4,075,311

8.50
37.00
45.50

84,230
600
300
17,014
5,222
22,964
1,668
1,222
310
133,530

28100 Guidance - Regular School

Total

1800 Clerical
1830 Guidance Counselor
1910 Guidance Counselor
4720 Field Trips
4980 Contractual Membership
5000 Instructional Supplies
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5430 Miscellaneous Supplies
5520 Food Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Guidance - Regular School

235,868
2,654,067
60,000
225
1,425
600
1,100
1,100
42,293
465,258
179,173
523,450
40,523
41,903
7,574
$ 4,254,559

299

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014
Adopted
Budget

FTE

2014-2015
Proposed
Budget

FTE

28150 Health Services - Regular School

Total

1030 Director
1070 Administrator - Non-Certified
1400 Daily Substitute Service
1440 School Health Attendant
1500 Certified Support Staff
1750 Nurse
1800 Clerical
1810 Extension/Extra Non Certified
1820 Overtime
4070 Consultant
4230 Misc Insurance
4450 Contract Services
4620 Health Other Districts
4650 Equipment Repair
4740 In-District Staff Travel
4750 Out-of-District Staff Travel
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5020 Medical Supplies
5190 Computer Software
5430 Miscellaneous Supplies
5520 Food Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Health Services - Regular School

92,325
92,629
50,335
413,900
72,184
1,075,049
41,067
13,079
4,592
4,800
21,237
1,280
75,025
1,678
1,877
2,183
3,294
70
184
38,283
676
290,944
10,896
110,858
(161)
368,507
32,760
25,927
24,108
2,869,586

1.00
14.00
1.00
22.80
1.00
39.80

95,345
60,000
434,807
72,532
1,065,355
43,629
46,873
11,500
15,995
21,000
5,000
350,000
1,712
1,863
1,600
4,310
2,400
41,032
2,000
328,725
15,493
113,465
343,491
28,690
26,538
21,861
$ 3,155,216

1.00
1.00
14.00
1.00
20.80
1.00
38.80

97,222
90,550
60,000
429,400
72,530
926,676
37,375
46,873
11,500
15,995
17,794
3,000
250,000
1,712
1,500
1,600
18,710
40,070
2,000
280,041
17,043
109,871
372,519
31,707
25,691
6,808
$ 2,968,187

300

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014
Adopted
Budget

FTE

2014-2015
FTE

Proposed
Budget

28200 Psychological Services - Regular

Total

1500 Certified Support Staff


1540 Psychologist
4740 In-District Staff Travel
5000 Instructional Supplies
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Psychological Services - Regular

21,735
2,600,974
575
34,565
4,439
308,052
156,186
382,762
29,814
36,528
15,329
3,590,959

3.00
33.80
36.80

48,000
2,497,816
1,000
35,805
5,200
405,896
157,840
410,992
31,767
36,917
18,684
$ 3,649,917

3.00
33.80
36.80

48,000
2,660,406
600
35,805
5,200
466,368
167,913
438,493
31,353
39,271
6,211
$ 3,899,620

1,079,704
863
2,144
127,762
63,815
(111)
166,010
13,136
14,926
6,236
1,474,485

19.30
19.30

$ 1,398,136
500
3,200
227,201
86,684
241,036
19,052
20,273
10,800
$ 2,006,882

19.80
19.80

$ 1,457,677
900
3,200
245,676
90,377
1,551
239,624
17,719
21,138
3,067
$ 2,080,929

28250 Social Work Services - Regular

Total

1550 Social Worker


4740 In-District Staff Travel
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Social Work Services - Regular

301

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014

2014-2015

Adopted
Budget

FTE

FTE

Proposed
Budget

28500 Co-Curricular Activities - Regular

Total

1560 Extra Curricular Activity


1850 Extension/Extra Certified
4070 Consultant
4450 Contract Services
4650 Equipment Repair
4720 Field Trips
4750 Out-of-District Staff Travel
4760 Student Travel
4980 Contractual Membership
5000 Instructional Supplies
5430 Miscellaneous Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Co-Curricular Activities - Regular

193,360
22,445
2,375
2,238
22,805
59,921
185
101,592
1,510
16,416
45,253
467
23,740
13,195
(590)
8,772
656
3,083
670
518,093

188,492
35,469
6,500
74,500
25,000
145,922
1,000
150,700
2,075
64,000
96,500
36,397
11,938
3,248
4,559
846,300

188,492
66,576
21,500
61,280
25,000
252,709
1,000
150,700
2,075
136,570
95,500
44,714
14,201
3,700
1,381
$ 1,065,398

302

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014
Adopted
Budget

FTE

2014-2015
Proposed
Budget

FTE

28550 Interscholastic Athletics - Regular

Total

1750 Nurse
1820 Overtime
1840 Coaching & Apprentice Program
1850 Extension/Extra Certified
4190 Data Access Subscription
4370 Game Officials
4450 Contract Services
4650 Equipment Repair
4750 Out-of-District Staff Travel
4760 Student Travel
4980 Contractual Membership
5000 Instructional Supplies
5260 Uniforms/Supplies
5430 Miscellaneous Supplies
5520 Food Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Interscholastic Athletics - Regular

14,183
728
1,222,978
83,299
115,778
66,166
40,212
1,084
4,057
43,280
403
86,435
19,057
7,574
120,663
82,513
(7,425)
44,569
3,516
19,297
15,227
1,983,594

12,000
2,500
818,513
42,000
4,500
136,000
71,000
37,000
3,000
5,000
44,000
2,500
146,000
20,600
360
3,030
139,833
41,476
12,688
5,530
$ 1,547,530

12,000
2,500
1,321,989
20,000
4,500
136,000
71,000
37,000
3,000
5,000
44,000
2,500
146,000
20,600
360
2,929
235,251
39,586
19,669
1,433
$ 2,125,317

303

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014
Adopted
Budget

FTE

2014-2015
Proposed
Budget

FTE

55100 District Transportation Services

Total

1030 Director
1090 Assistant Director
1140 Supervisor
1730 Bus Attendant
1800 Clerical
1810 Extension/Extra Non Certified
1820 Overtime
1930 School Bus Driver
1940 Automotive Mechanic
4070 Consultant
4240 Auto/Truck Insurance
4450 Contract Services
4540 Electric/Gas
4610 Auto/Truck Repair
4650 Equipment Repair
4750 Out-of-District Staff Travel
4790 Maintenance Agreements
4840 BOCES Services
4980 Contractual Membership
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
5190 Computer Software
5260 Uniforms/Supplies
5430 Miscellaneous Supplies
5750 Gas & Oil
5760 Repair Supplies & Parts
5780 Safety/Training Supplies
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
District Transportation Services

83,479
134,760
62,232
543,572
222,629
99,094
74,200
142,707
52,589
15,461
2,468
17,714
30,013
25,090
4,367
3,056
342
160
25,959
3,616
4,997
29,147
129,959
1,172
219,721
3,813
82,816
(436)
506,920
37,601
19,368
23,402
2,601,988

1.00
1.00
1.00
41.00
5.00
4.00
53.00

108,243
79,515
63,477
603,007
224,977
95,000
119,292
2,464
17,158
30,000
11,500
5,000
1,450
9,250
675
5,430
5,000
245
50,000
125,000
5,000
229,141
80,204
521,391
41,422
18,755
32,228
$ 2,484,824

1.00
1.00
1.00
41.00
4.00
4.00
52.00

112,612
79,515
63,449
603,007
194,922
95,000
147,150
2,710
17,819
50,000
11,500
5,000
2,900
9,250
675
5,430
5,000
245
50,000
125,000
5,000
193,821
19,741
80,336
538,038
39,022
18,784
8,236
$ 2,484,162

304

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014

2014-2015

Adopted
Budget

FTE

Proposed
Budget

FTE

55300 Garage Building

Total

1650 Custodian
1820 Overtime
4540 Electric/Gas
8010 State Retirement (ERS)
8030 Social Security
8050 Medical
8060 Dental
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
Garage Building

38,463
1,355
7,589
2,410
5,148
428
563
398
56,354

1.00
1.00

44,054
36,012
9,207
2,731
6,253
514
639
595
100,005

36,012
36,012

55400 Contract Transportation

Total

4400 Transportation Contracts


4570 Contract Wheelchair Bus
4590 Interschool Athletic Bus
4600 Quad Music Bus
4720 Field Trips
4760 Student Travel
Contract Transportation

$ 13,906,559
905,878
867,596
8,581
113,493
1,240
$ 15,803,347

$ 13,964,575
897,695
982,104
11,070
252,765
17,323
$ 16,125,532

$ 13,553,689
900,137
986,657
11,347
259,084
17,756
$ 15,728,670

1,770,083

$ 1,775,460

$ 1,980,797

122,807

55500 Public Transportation


4670

Centro Student Transportation

55810 Transportation from BOCES


4840

BOCES Services

208,150

305

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014
FTE

2014-2015

Adopted
Budget

FTE

Proposed
Budget

90100 State Retirement


8010

State Retirement (ERS)

419,753

326,737

4,149,910
$ 4,149,910

576
244,266
123
656
4,532,221
153
4,777,995

(1,210,894)

$ 21,106,630
521,080
$ 21,627,710

$ 24,942,467
604,500
$ 25,546,967

$ 22,459,369
550,000
$ 23,009,369

90200 Teachers' Retirement


8020

Teachers Retirement (TRS)

90400 Workers Compensation

Total

1800 Clerical
4450 Contract Services
5010 Office Supplies & Equipment
8030 Social Security
8040 Workers' Compensation
8090 Medicare
Workers Compensation

4,552,000
$ 4,552,000

90500 Unemployment
8110

Unemployment

90600 Medical Insurance

Total

8050 Medical
8160 Vision Insurance
Medical Insurance

90700 Dental Insurance


8060

Dental

(237,502)

456,133

200,000

306

2014-2015 SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET


2012-2013
Actual
Expenditures

2013-2014

2014-2015

Adopted
Budget

FTE

Proposed
Budget

FTE

90890 Other Benefits

Total

1380 Sick Leave


1890 Retirement Pay
1980 Stipend/Contract Agreement
4070 Consultant
5000 Instructional Supplies
5520 Food Supplies
8020 Teachers Retirement (TRS)
8030 Social Security
8090 Medicare
8110 Unemployment
8120 Compensated Absences Exp.
8130 Flexible Benefit Plan
Other Benefits

55,000
1,500,000
10,000
5,000
1,270
30,000
254,313
10,856
22,693
1,785
75,000
15,000
$ 1,980,917

1,598,436
1,230
18,346
11,846
1,629,858

55,000
200,000
10,000
5,000
1,270
30,000
46,455
11,191
3,843
460
75,000
15,000
453,219

525,350

700,000

504,167

$ 12,708,559
6,384,143
7,019,820
$ 26,112,522

$ 13,985,557
8,379,119
2,921,519
$ 25,286,195

$ 13,607,606
7,807,867
4,453,068
$ 25,868,541

97700 Revenue Anticipation Notes


7100

Bond - Interest

99010 Interfund Transfers

Total

6100 Bond - Principal


7100 Bond - Interest
9500 Grant Fund Interfund Expense
Interfund Transfers

99500 Transfer To Capital Funds


9000
GRAND TOTAL

Capital Improvements

3,214,153

$ 338,878,316

2,775.27

1 Based on the 2013-2014 Basic Enrollment Data Systems report (BEDS) as of 2/1/14.

730,000

$ 365,419,038

2,848.58

500,000

$ 372,725,991